Kamil Grosicki is expected to leave West Bromwich Albion at the earliest available opportunity as he is out of favour at The Hawthorns and can’t be happy with his lack of playing time.

Nottingham Forest came close to signing the 32-year-old in the summer transfer window before a deal fell through and could return for him this month, but Onet claimed that Middlesbrough, former club Legia Warsaw and Pogoń Szczecin are also interested.

Grosicki made 12 appearances for Legia between 2007 and 2009, so he might be open to a return if the offer is right, but Onet claimed that his £25,000-a-week wages could be a stumbling block.

The Polish international joined Albion on an 18-month deal from Hull City in January 2020 and made 14 appearances in his debut season, scoring just one goal and supplying three assists.

Grosicki has made only three appearances this season, however, and can’t get a game due to competition from Kyle Edwards, Grady Diangana, Matheus Pereira and Matt Phillips.

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Robert Snodgrass’ arrival from West Ham United could serve to push Grosicky further down the pecking order at The Hawthorns.

The 32-year-old’s deal is up in a matter of months and he isn’t likely to be handed a contract extension, so Albion will surely want to cash in on him this month than lose him for nothing in July.

Therefore, a move this month could suit everyone, as a suitor will get the player they want, Grosicki gets a fresh start and West Brom get a transfer fee for the winger.