Hull City winger Kamil Grosicki is favouring a move back to Turkey this summer according to former manager Orhan Kaynak reported by Radyospor.

Grosicki has been the subject of speculation regarding leaving the KCOM stadium this transfer window with Nottingham Forest interested in the winger.

However, it would seem that the Polish international would favour a move back to Turkey with Galatasaray said to be monitoring him.

The Tiger enjoyed a mixed season in 2018/19 but the 31-year-old was one of the stars and racked up an impressive nine goals and 12 assists for Hull.

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Hull appear destined to lose one of their key players as they look to decrease their wage bill due to their overspending when they were in the Premier League.

The Pole has been in impressive form during his time with Hull and the talented wide man is being monitored by a number of clubs this summer.

“Galatasaray and Basaksehir are rumoured to be interested in his signature. I think there’s a chance that he can return to Super Lig,” Kaynak told Radyospor.

“I worked with Grosicki at Sivasspor. When I speak with him, he told me he wants to return to Turkey.”

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Grosicki spent time at Sivasspor before coming to French side Rennes and he was close to returning to Turkey last summer before the move fell through.

The loss of Grosicki would severely dent Hull’s hopes of pushing further up the Championship for next season with the 31-year-old being a constant threat last season both in scoring goals and providing assists.


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