Nottingham Forest target Kamil Grosicki is pushing hard to secure a move away from West Bromwich Albion before tonight’s deadline.
According to Sportowe Fakty in Poland, Ligue 1 outfit Dijon are the latest to declare an interest in signing the winger.
The French outfit are facing a fight against relegation and sit second bottom of the division.
Crucially though they can’t really afford to meet the player’s wage demands, with Grosicki earning £25,000-a-week at The Hawthorns.
After initially impressing Sam Allardyce, he’s now been told he can leave the Baggies during the transfer window.
Now, Grosicki faces a race against time and could be left in limbo if he doesn’t move before tonight’s deadline.
The right-footed player won promotion with the Baggies last season and is a player who knows the Championship inside out.
Forest’s league position isn’t likely to have made a potential move attractive, with the Reds in 21st place.
Grosicki wants to play at the European Championships next summer and in order to do that he’ll need to be playing regularly.
Should Forest return for Grosicki?
It doesn’t seem like a move that is going to come to fruition for Forest.
The Reds have tried to sign Grosicki already this month and the 80-cap player has rejected the advances.
It’ll be interesting to see whether the player has a complete change of heart and would now consider heading to Forest.
Filip Krovinovic, James Garner and Glenn Murray have been added to the ranks so far this month and it remains to be seen whether any more business can be done.
At this late stage it seems unlikely Forest will finally complete the capture of Grosicki.
In the next few hours all should be revealed with regards to where the Polish performer’s future lies.