Celtic are keen on adding Hull City winger Kamil Grosicki before Friday’s transfer window closes, according to The Scottish Daily Mail (29/01; back page).
The player is out of contract in the summer, although Hull do hold an option to extend his deal for one more year.
Grosicki signed for the Tigers in 2017 from Rennes and has proved a decent addition since arriving.
The 31-year-old has made 123 appearances for the club, scoring 26 goals and registering 27 assists during his time in England.
His 2019/20 has been pretty impressive too. He has netted eight goals and registered four assists, with Hull briefly flirting with the play-offs earlier in the campaign.
Grosicki has 73 caps for Poland and would represent an experienced signing for Celtic.
He has played in Turkey, France and his native Poland during his career and his next move could see him rock up in Scotland.
Given his vast experience around Europe and in England, Grosicki would have to be seen as a coup for Celtic.
Celtic are blessed with some steady wingers at the club.
James Forest, Mikey Johnston and Mohamed Elyounoussi are fighting it out for a place at the moment.
Grosicki would certainly add some depth to the squad and Lennon would welcome his versatility.
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If the Polish trickster does hold a desire to leave Hull he might prefer to stay in England.
The Championship is viewed as an exciting league and if he is available some of the division’s promotion chasers will surely be interested.
Celtic do still hold significant pull for players, however.
With the Europa League campaign still ongoing, Grosicki might fancy a crack at that.
The lure of potentially playing in the Premier League again might prove too much, however.
If Celtic are serious about the Polish performer, they should act quickly before any Championship promotion hopefuls show their hand.