West Brom sign winger Kamil Grosicki from Hull for undisclosed fee as they push for Premier League promotion
West Brom have signed Poland winger Kamil Grosicki from fellow Sky Bet Championship side Hull on an 18-month contract.
The 31-year-old joined the Tigers from Rennes in 2017, making 123 appearances and scoring 25 goals.
Grosicki, who has 73 international caps, joins a West Brom side who sit second in the table for an undisclosed fee.
Kamil Grosicki has joined West Brom on an 18-month deal from Championship side Hull
The Polish international joined Hull in 2017, making 123 appearances and scoring 25 goals
Baggies technical director Luke Dowling told the club website: ‘Kamil is one of the most consistent players I have seen.
‘He’s always a seven out of 10 guy who will give you a nine as well. He’s exactly the type of player we want to be adding at this stage and as soon as he heard of our interest, there was nowhere else he wanted to come.
‘He’s got great experience and is still an important member of his national squad with the Euros ahead in the summer.’
Grosicki has over 70 caps for Poland and made his international debut back in 2008
Grosicki is likely to not be the only deadline day exit from the KCOM Stadium, with fellow attacker Jarrod Bowen also linked with exit door.
A host of Premier League clubs have been fighting for Bowen’s signature, who has scored 18 goals in the second division.