Grzegorz Krychowiak’s agent was coy when discussing whether or not his client would remain at West Brom until the end of the season.
As quoted by Football Italia, the Pole’s representative David Manasseh delivered an update on Krychowiak’s short-term future and insisted that his situation at the Hawthorns is still under consideration.
In all honesty, I have not received a call from Roma for my client during this period. As for whether he’ll remain at West Bromwich, we will evaluate that.
Krychowiak joined West Brom from PSG on a season-long loan in the summer and expectations were high, with the midfielder coming with a big reputation.
However, the Polish international has flattered to deceive with West Brom and has found himself considering a move to cut short his loan tenure with the Premier League strugglers.
Serie A outfit Roma have been linked with a move for the PSG man in recent times but it seems there has been no contact from them, as Manasseh confirms.
Krychowiak has not impressed for the Baggies and, if he is to stay, he will need to step up his performances as Alan Pardew hopes to keep his side up.