Premier League winger will definitely not join Nottingham Forest this month – Nottinghamshire Live

Premier League winger will definitely not join Nottingham Forest this month – Nottinghamshire Live

West Brom winger Kamil Grosicki will not be joining Nottingham Forest in the January, according to a report in his native Poland.

Forest were close to signing the 32-year-old in the summer window, only for the move to fall through amid a dispute about paperwork being submitted in time.

Reds boss Chris Hughton has retained an interest in the Poland international, who has made just three appearances for Albion this season, most recently in Saturday’s FA Cup defeat at Blackpool.

However, according to meczyki.pl, he is keen to stay and fight for his place at The Hawthorns.

The reports states: “Kamil Grosicki does not want to jump on the transfer carousel on the last day of the transfer window in England this time.

“The winger of the Polish national team made a decision. According to our information, he intends to fight for a place in the West Bromwich Albion squad.

“The Pole will definitely not move to Nottingham Forest this winter, with which he has recently negotiated.”

The reports adds: “If our midfielder’s situation did not change in the next month, the 32-year-old is considering an emergency option.

“There would be no shortage of eager people for his services. The problem would, of course, be the salary. The Baggies would have to take a large part of it.”

Kamil Grosicki of Poland in action
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A loan move to PKO Ekstraklasa has been mooted as potential option for Grosicki this month.

But the report says: “At the moment, however, the priority is still to stay in the Premier League and fight for a place in the WBA.”

Grosicki’s 18-month deal at Albion expires this summer.