Kamil Grosicki’s professional career began at Legia Warsaw after leaving boyhood club Pogon Szczecin in 2007 and he spent two years with Wojskowi before moving on Jagiellonia Bialystok.

The 32-year-old only made 12 appearances in that time [Transfermarkt], scoring one goal, so he didn’t exactly make a big impact. Legia are keen on bringing Grosicki back to the Stadion Wojska Polskiego, however, and manager Czeslaw Michniewicz recently spoke about the possibility of signing him.

He told Sportowefakty (via Sport Witness): “He’s certainly a player with extensive experience. He can score a goal, he can assist, he can handle pressure very well.

“That’s all I can say about him. Will he come to us? Many of the components have to meet at some point for the transfer to be finalised, and not only Grosicki. I’m also talking about generally, in transfers.”

Legia are currently second in the Polish Ekstraklasa with 29 points from 15 games and are the fourth-highest scorers in the division with 23 goals. Their top scorer Tomas Pekhart has netted 13 goals this season [Transfermarkt], but their next-highest scorers (Bartosz Slisz, Filip Mladenovic, Rafa Lopes) only have two each. If Grosicki can find his form, he could be an asset to the Warsaw club.


The 32-year-old won the Polish Cup with Legia and Jagiellonia [Transfermarkt], so the best moments of his 450-game club career came in his homeland. Also, Legia are defending champions [Transfermarkt], so Grosicki could win a title this season if he rejoins his former club.

His £40,000-a-week wages are going to be a stumbling block, however, as they would exceed the record salary in the Ekstraklasa. Therefore, Grosicki would need to lower his demands to push through a move – something he is yet to do.