According to Polish journalist Tomasz Włodarczyk, West Bromwich Albion are prepared to let Kamil Grosicki leave on a free transfer during the January transfer window.
Grosicki has been an outcast for much of this campaign. He has played just five times in all competitions, with just three of those coming in the Premier League (Transfermarkt). Given his assist when he was on the field against Wolves, it may be surprising that he has been used so sparingly, although it was revealed a pay-rise upon reaching a certain number of games for the Baggies may be the reason behind his continued absence (Meczyki).
Now, it seems the club are willing to let him move on for free six months before his contract is set to end. These West Brom fans do not seem to be happy with this update – some believe he is still good enough to play for them, whilst others have criticised the contract that he is on at the club.
Should West Brom keep Grosicki?
The news was relayed by Twitter account @WBAReport, and the fans took to the social media platform to share their thoughts.
Let’s see what the fans had to say about the Grosicki news below
“Dowling’s becoming more and more of a liability. But there’s no-one overseeing him”
“I have to query our negotiation skills on some of these deals, to be honest! Luke Dowling needs to be held accountable!”
“Ahhhhh, I’d keep him, I’d rather let Edwards go”
“Why man? He was class against West Ham and Wolves, actually showed some fight”
“I am gutted at this news, brill player, why do we always offload good players?”
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