Nottingham Forest boss provides latest transfer update on West Brom’s Kamil Grosicki
Nottingham Forest manager Chris Hughton has admitted that he doesn’t know what will happen with a potential return for Kamil Grosicki during the January transfer window.
The West Brom man was close to completing a deadline day move to the City Ground in the summer after a deal was agreed between the two clubs.
However, there was a dispute over if the relevant paperwork was submitted in time by the club with Forest failing with an appeal.
Grosicki, therefore, stayed at the Hawthorns but is yet to make a Premier League appearance so far this season.
With the January transfer window now just a matter of weeks away, could Forest return for the 32-year-old when the window reopens?
“Possibly. But I must admit, I don’t know. I don’t know if any of the circumstances have changed with him,” Hughton told NottinghamshireLive .
“Obviously it didn’t happen last time.
“At this moment, I honestly couldn’t tell you.”
Grosicki revealed earlier this month that he has remained in contact with Forest over a possible January move.
“There have been and remain contacts with Championship clubs, including Nottingham, and we’ll see what happens,” he said.
“It will be an important decision because I want to go to the Euros, but provided I am in shape. The national team is not someone’s hobby, but a place where the best Polish players should be.”
While West Brom manager Slaven Bilic wasn’t giving too much away when talking about the player’s future last week.
“We’ll see what January brings. It’s very close, but we have many games in between. We’ll see,” he said.
“Kamil is a quality player. He’s working very hard. He was very close to going to Forest on loan, but he didn’t go – he stayed here.”