Newcastle Make Approach For New Winger Target

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There was news yesterday that Newcastle are interested in signing Hull City’s 28 year-old Polish International winger Kamil Grosicki.

With Hull being relegated they are trying to offload some of their players but it doesn’t help that they don’t have a manager at the moment after Marco Silva activated the release clause in is contract and is now the Walford manager.

Silva brough Grosicki to Hull in January when the 49 times capped Polish International (9 goals) signed a three-and-a-half year contract.

Hull City’s 28 year-old Polish winger Kamil Grosicki

Silva tried to strengthen the side to avoid relegation but he was in the end unsuccessful but at one time he looked like he could save the Tigers.

So it’s not too surprising that Watford would be interested in signing Grosicki now.

Polish media outlet Sportowefakty is reporting that attracting both Newcastle and Watford are looking to activate a release clause in the winger’s contract.

Grosicki made 15 appearances for Hull City with no goals and 5 assists.

Since Marco Silva brought Grisk=cki to England in late January we have to think he is in the driver’s seat for signing the Polish International for Watford.

Marco must strengthen the Watford team for next season after they finished 4th bottom of the Premier League on 40 points, but that was a full 6 points above 3rd bottom Hull.

It might help if Watford keep with one manager, since Silva is the 8th manager the club have had since December of 2013.

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Newcastle definitely need at least two more wingers brought in this summer and here’s yet another one we have now been linked with.

Is that 22 or 23 wingers we have now been linked with this summer – I’m losing count.

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We’d be surprised if Rafa signs this player for Newcastle

What do you think?

Comments welcome.



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