Poland manager Jerzy Brzeczek has tipped West Bromwich Albion forward Kamil Grosicki to change clubs during the January transfer window.
Grosicki could be on the move
Grosicki signed for the Baggies in January from Hull but has so far made just 15 appearances under Slaven Bilic. As a result, his future at the club does not look good.
Currently away on international duty, the 32-year-old has come up in conversation for Brzeczek. Now, the Polish boss has tipped him to be on the move soon. He said:
“Arek Milik and Kamil are very important players for this team, with incredible quality.
“Personally, I count a lot on them.
“They are not having an easy time but I think they can change teams as early as January.”
Plenty to offer
Whilst age may be catching up with Grosicki, he surely has plenty to offer Bilic at the Hawthorns at the moment. After all, West Brom are without a win in eight games this term and are in the bottom three, while Grosicki is a player with plenty of experience. He has 78 caps for his country and is a creative player who regularly provides goals and assists – he has 84 and 96 respectively throughout his career.
Should West Brom keep Grosicki?
Given he is 32, Albion are unlikely to get too much of a fee if they were to move him on. As such, it makes more sense to give him a chance in the first-team – he could end up being a surprise for many, rather than letting him leave for a relatively small price.
In other news, West Brom fans slam this latest Bilic update.
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