The agent of Nottingham Forest target Kamil Grosicki has said his client won’t return to Poland in the summer.

Talk over a move to Legia Warsaw had been mentioned previously but that doesn’t seem to be possible.

Grosicki is out of favour under Sam Allardyce at West Brom and will see his contract at The Hawthorns expire in the summer.

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Forest were set to sign the 32-year-old during the summer transfer deadline day. The Reds submitted the paperwork 21 seconds after the deadline, however, scuppering the loan deal.

During an interview with Polish outlet Meczyki, Grosicki’s agent Daniel Kaniewski has denied the notion of a return to his homeland.

He said: “It’s too early for Kamil to return to Poland. He is a player who plays at a high level and the Polish league is not in his head yet. Kamil will play abroad and thinks about further development.

“In my opinion, Kamil will definitely not come back to Poland.”

Should Forest persist with Grosicki pursuit?

The Reds have failed three times to land the winger and it might be time to park the desire to sign him.

Grosicki’s record in the Championship is largely good but other factors would make him a relatively average signing.

The right-sided performer earns £25,000-a-week and is unlikely to settle for a massive wage drop when considering his next contract.

Forest have to get more savvy with their recruitment and singing a player in his thirties on big wages wouldn’t be a step in the right direction.

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Grosicki could potentially block the pathway for someone like Alex Mighten, or Brennan Johnson too.

As a result, the Reds should turn their attentions elsewhere during the summer.

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