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    Default Kamil Grosicki

    Winger worth a punt?

    2018-19 APP 35 GOALS 9 ASSISTS 12

    2017-18 APP 37 GOALS 9 ASSISTS 5

    Has played in the Prem too.

    31 this year so not someone we'll get many years from, but at the right price he's a winger who can do it at this level.

    Having almost left the club in the summer, there were suspicions that following a January transfer window that again failed to see Kamil Grosicki move on, the Polish international could sulk and not show the necessary application and attitude.

    That has never been the case and to his credit, the winger has been terrific this year.

    All expectation is the midfielder will finally depart this summer, with City not looking for a large transfer fee, but more likely needing to get the player off a reduced wage bill. But he’s going out in great form and with his reputation most certainly enhanced.


    https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/spor...titude-2704323


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    Sub player why not, we need a decent sub to fight with Lolley and Cash, ideally splash the cash on Bowen then we'd have 2 fantastic wingers and 2 very good subs.


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    More chance of Camila Alves


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    More chance of Kamil Toe.


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    More chance of throwing a sickie.

    It only takes a second to score a goal.

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    Good shout. Always liked him when I've seen him play. Good old-fashioned tricky winger with an eye for a goal. Plenty of international caps too.




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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    Forgive my ignorance, but are we being linked with this bloke?

    Last edited by Otis Redd'un; 17-04-19 at 13:15.

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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    He will cost a lot more but I would much rather see us go for Jarrod Bowen, he's a much better player and is still only 22.


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    +1 for Bowen


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    He will cost a lot more but I would much rather see us go for Jarrod Bowen, he's a much better player and is still only 22.
    He’s got to get out of Ben Osborn‘s pocket first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    He’s got to get out of Ben Osborn‘s pocket first.
    Never see them in the same room together do you?




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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    He will cost a lot more but I would much rather see us go for Jarrod Bowen, he's a much better player and is still only 22.
    Good shout. Would take both for the right prices, and see this lad as good cover/competition

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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    Bowen will be off to a Premier League club and will be well out of our price range.


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    Southampton for one are after Bowen, we couldn’t afford the fee or the wages. Maybe one day we’ll be able to grab more like him before they make a big impact.


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    I saw Bowen in his early days and thought he was ok but nowt special. He has obviously prove me wrong and has too strong seasons with a good return of goals. As some have said he is out of our range now. If Leeds go up I could see him heading there as there has been interest apparently.

    Regarding grosicki. On his day he is a menace but lacks end product. He thinks he is better than he is and is only playing to get a move away. Not the attitude we need for me.


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    Grosicki's wage is in the £30k-£40 region which would see us having to fork out at least £2m up front and probably the same again (or more) in wages over 2-3 years.

    Expensive for a back-up with no resale value.

    Last edited by RedTe; 20-04-19 at 11:02.

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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    Quote Originally Posted by RedTe View Post
    Grosicki's wage is in the £30k-£40 region which would see us having to fork out at least £2m up front and probably the same again (or more) in wages over 2-3 years.

    Expensive for a back-up with no resale value.
    Ouch. Didn't realize that! Nicely pointed out.


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    Will get the hump if left on the bench


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    If this lad gets injured it's bactrian drawing board.


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    Nixon reckons we want him at £2.5m.

    The issues are obviously big wages and the fact he's 30 as RedTe pointed out a few weeks ago.


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    Alf called this last month. Fair play.


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    2.5m's a bit more than I'd have expected tbh. Perfect attitude for a MON side tho.

    Would ideally like to land him at 1-1.5m. Maybe offload someone like Ward their way to pad the deal out.


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-ugginblowupyourbakery View Post
    2.5m's a bit more than I'd have expected tbh. Perfect attitude for a MON side tho.

    Would ideally like to land him at 1-1.5m. Maybe offload someone like Ward their way to pad the deal out.
    Ward has already been released so he's no longer our problem...

    £2.5m for the stats he's producing is cheap in my opinion (assuming he can reproduce them going forward). The issue would be if he is on the big wages, but I've done a bit of research and the only figures I can find for his Hull wages are between £18k-25k.

    Grosicki will be City’s highest earner by some distance next term, commanding wages in the region of £25,000-a-week for the final 12 months of a contract signed midway through the Tigers’ last spell in the Premier League.
    https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/spor...osicki-2863504

    If that is the case he can stay at Hull and take his £25k for one more year and leave himself a free agent but with another year on his age (which it doesn't seem like he wants to do) or perhaps take a bit less per week but get something like a 3+ year contract here?


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    Default Re: Kamil Grosicki

    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-ugginblowupyourbakery View Post
    2.5m's a bit more than I'd have expected tbh. Perfect attitude for a MON side tho.

    Would ideally like to land him at 1-1.5m. Maybe offload someone like Ward their way to pad the deal out.
    Ward's already left mate


 

 

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