Nottingham Forest summer transfer target Kamil Grosicki has dropped another cryptic clue about his transfer status.
Kamil Grosicki Drops Cryptic Clue as Transfer Saga Continues
The winger made the new comment on his Twitter account as speculation about a move to Nottingham Forest continues.
Grosicki, 32, is set to undergo a transfer to Forest from West Bromwich Albion – but complications arose after Forest submitted their paperwork 21 seconds after the deadline.
But Forest’s Polish target has dropped a clue that the Reds may hear sooner rather than later. The former Hull City winger tweeted: “#Tuesday 💆♂️⚽️⚖️🙏🏻”
— Kamil Grosicki (@GrosickiKamil) October 24, 2020
After narrowly missing the deadline, the EFL have chosen to review the situation. Forest have also, reportedly, got lawyers involved as they look up to wrap up the deal.
Forest boss Chris Hughton made just one signing in the transfer window – in addition to Sabri Lamouchi’s previous 13 signings – as Anthony Knockaert signed on-loan from Fulham.
Discussing whether there was any further update to the situation on Friday night, Hughton said: “That process is still very much in the hands of the club here and, of course, the league.”
The Reds head to Luton Town for their next Championship fixture on Wednesday, October 28.
The longer this saga goes on for, the more expectation will be put on Grosicki’s name. Forest fans have been made to wait more than a week for an update on the deal. The transfer window closed on October 16.
Some Reds fans, however, are already keen for Forest to just drop the deal and focus on picking up points. The Midlands outfit has picked up five points from Hughton’s first three matches, but the arrival of Knockaert has been a huge bonus.
The on-loan winger produced an impressive cameo performance from the bench on Friday night against Derby County. In fact, his inspiring showing has even left some people calling for the wide-man to stay beyond January.
Grosicki will, if he completes the move, have to live up to the expectation immediately after indirectly making the Reds wait so long.