West Brom will push to make Grzegorz Krychowiak’s loan move permanent during the January transfer window.
Le10 Sport, via TalkSPORT, claim that the player has no future at Paris Saint-Germain, leaving the Baggies in a strong position as they aim to complete a deal.
The report suggests that Tony Pulis’ side are expecting competition for the player’s signature after his impressive start to life in the Premier League, so they’re aiming to get a deal wrapped up quickly.
Krychowiak completed a loan move to West Brom after falling down the pecking order in France.
The Polish midfielder joined Paris Saint-Germain from Sevilla for €30 million, so it’s yet to be seen how much of that money they will want to recoup.
The French giants are likely to be happy to sell as they look to build some funds after a busy summer of spending, completing deals to sign Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, who joins permanently next summer.