Everton Are Among the Favorites to Sign Kamil Grosicki
One of the most intriguing names in Polish football, Kamil Grosicki has been linked with a move to a European club in recent months. The 29-year-old left Hull City in the summer of 2017, and has been linked with a number of clubs in England and elsewhere. Everton are amongst those viewed as the favourites to sign the young forward.
Grosicki has been a star for Poland, making 50 appearances for his country and scoring a number of important goals. He was a mainstay in Poland’s squad at Euro 2016 and at the World Cup in Russia in 2018. Despite Grosicki’s unorthodox style, he has also avoided serious misdemeanours.
A highly skilled player, Grosicki is best known for his ability to shoot from odd positions. He is also the face of Manta, a popular energy drink. He is a brand ambassador for the firm, and has been seen racing cars in order to promote the company.
The 29-year-old has not played a first team game for West Brom since the middle of January. He has been part of the Under 23s side for the majority of the season, with his most notable moment coming during the Nations League. He scored a winning goal against Bosnia in the opening game of the campaign.
After making just three appearances in the Premier League this season, Grosicki is reportedly in talks to terminate his contract with Albion. In recent weeks, he has been left out of the West Brom side, having not impacted on their performance in the Championship. He is hoping to continue his career in England and has a desire to play in the top division, as well as on the international stage.
There were hopes that Grosicki would leave West Brom before the transfer window closed. But the youngster has stayed in England, despite being told by former boss Slaven Bilic that he should be leaving. The youngster’s agent believes he could add something to a top division club. He has also been linked with Legia Warsaw, with the club located in Warsaw.
Grosicki has been named PFA Fans’ Premier League Player of the Month for April. He has been a key part of the Polish side in the Nations League and is set to play a role in Poland’s World Cup qualifiers against England later in the month.
In addition to being a leading figure in the Polish national side, Grosicki is a major force in his country’s promotion to the top division. Having joined The Hawthorns in January, he has impressed enough to make himself available for transfer in the summer. He has been linked with a number of clubs, including Everton, Watford and Crystal Palace. He has also been linked with a move to Legia Warsaw in the past, but it seems he will remain with the Hawthorns for now.
While he is still unsure about his future with Albion, Grosicki has been working hard to earn his spot back with the Poland side. He has already featured in Poland’s draw with Hungary, as well as their victory over Andorra. He is likely to play in the World Cup qualifier against England later in the month, and should be included in Slaven Bilic’s squad for the European Championships.