As per reports in Poland (via The Express and Star), Kamil Grosicki is in talks to terminate his contract with West Bromwich Albion.
Grosicki could depart
This season has been a difficult one for the 80-time Poland international. He has made just three appearances for the Baggies in the Premier League (Transfermarkt), being frozen out under Slaven Bilic.
Two of those appearances came under Sam Allardyce, who looked to have offered him a reprieve, but he has now not played since January 19th. As a result, he is in talks to end his contract a few months early as he looks to earn himself a spot in Poland’s European Championships squad.
Grosicki is a player with plenty of experience. He has 457 senior appearances to his name and has managed 84 goals and 98 assists. He has turned out for Stade Rennais in Ligue 1, while he was also thrived with Sivasspor in the Turkish Super Lig. Although he has never played for a really top side, he has quality that could surely be put to good use by Allardyce at the Hawthorns.
Should West Brom keep Grosicki?
As it is, though, he is set to depart on a free transfer. His £35,000-a-week wages are said to be a problem for the Baggies, which does not bode well for the team at all – that is a relatively low salary in the Premier League. They will have to try and stay in the top tier without Grosicki’s services – something they have not looked like doing for most of the campaign.
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