Kamil Grosicki is the latest name linked with a move to Celtic before the end of the January transfer window.
The Polish winger, who plays for Hull, is interesting the Scottish champions, according to The Daily Mail.
He’s out of contract in the summer and it’s unclear if the English Championship outfit will extend his stay at the club – even though they have an option of a further year.
As Grosicki is 31 and hasn’t torn apart the English Championship with Hull, some Celtic fans appear sceptical about the potential signing.
But here’s why he could be a great signing for the Hoops:
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Grosicki has a lot of great experience in his career, appearing for Legia Warsaw, Sivasspor and Rennes among others before signing for Hull. On top of that, he’s a 73-cap international for Poland.
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He’s yet to score over double figures in a season for Hull, but he’s still done not too badly with the Tigers. He didn’t manage a goal in 15 Premier League appearances in his first six months at Hull. Since then, though, he’s hit the net once in every three games. It was nine goals in 38 appearances in his first season, nine in 39 in his second and seven in 29 this season. That’s a decent return for a wideman.
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With the exits of Lewis Morgan and Scott Sinclair in this window, Celtic look a little shorter out wide and Grosicki would be another good option as they continue their title push, Scottish Cup and Europa League run.
He Can Score Goals Like This
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With months left on his current contract, Hull could look to get some money for Grosicki if they allow him to move to Celtic. You would assume that would only be a couple of hundred thousand to get Hull to deal.