The 32-year-old was set to leave West Bromwich Albion in the summer transfer window but a proposed move to Nottingham Forest fell through on deadline day.
Grosicki was then expected to leave in the winter transfer window but interest from Forest and FC Dijon amounted to nothing. His future might lie back in his native Poland, however, as Meczyki reported that the winger is ‘willing to return’ to his former club Pogon Szczecin as he has ‘no chance’ of a future at The Hawthorns.
The 32-year-old was born in Szczecin, has friends in the city, family living there and owns a football academy in the municipality, so it’s easy to see why he’d be open to rejoining the club where he began his professional career.
One stumbling block to getting a deal over the line is Grosicki’s wages, however, as he takes home £40,000 per week at Albion. Although he was reportedly willing to cut his salary in half to fund a move, it remains to be seen if that would be enough for Pogon to clinch a deal.
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West Brom may be desperate to get Grosicki off the wage bill and would likely welcome interest from any club.
However, they only have days remaining to cash in on the 32-year-old as the Polish transfer window closes later this month. If that fails to come off, he will likely be left stewing on the periphery of Sam Allardyce’s plans at The Hawthorns for another few months.