Grzegorz Krychowiak could cut short his loan spell with West Brom in January according to Polish sources, as cited in the Birmingham Mail.

Krychowiak was seen as a fairly decent coup from the club when he joined in late August last summer. The 27-year midfielder is highly regarded and excelled at Sevilla, before following his Sevilla manager Unai Emery to Paris Saint-Germain in 2016.

However, the Poland international has found form hard to come by this season, making 13 Premier League appearances for the Baggies, and he isn’t expected to return to PSG if he does leave Albion in the winter window.

Instead, Krychowiak would need to secure a move elsewhere. With a wage in excess of £100,000-a-week, it is said that PSG would not be willing to take him back with competition already fierce in the Parisian club’s midfield.

Fenerbahce is another option, according to other reports. The Turkish side are said to be interested in taking Krychowiak to Istanbul should he turn his back on Midlands.

He would join a host of other top names on large wages in the Super Lig, in Robin van Persie, Roberto Soldado and Mathieu Valbuena.

Alan Pardew is said to be keen to end Krychowiak’s loan spell in January to free up his wages for incoming players. Despite this, Pardew said recently;

He isn’t a player that is out of favour with me by any stretch of the imagination.