Why a move for Kamil Grosicki would be superb business from Everton

New manager Ronald Koeman poses with a Everton jersey after the press conference

The Poland international has been linked with Everton.

Everton Chairman Bill Kenwright and new manager Ronald Koeman during the press conference

According to a report from the Liverpool Echo, Everton manager Ronald Koeman wants to sign Rennes winger Kamil Grosicki this summer, and if he ultimately gets his man it would be a superb piece of business.

Grosicki has been one of Poland’s best players at this summer’s European Championships, outperforming the likes of Robert Lewandowski and proving to be highly effective from wide positions.

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His direct style of play would go down a storm at Goodison Park and if Romelu Lukaku remains at Everton next season Grosicki could be a creative catalyst the Belgian international would thrive in front of.

While many of Poland’s attacking players have underperformed on the biggest stage this summer, the winger has taken the proverbial bull by the horns and displayed the work ethic and the confidence in his own ability needed to succeed in the Premier League.

New manager Ronald Koeman poses with a Everton jersey after the press conference

Grosicki has a contract with the Ligue 1 side until the summer of 2020, so if he is to be tempted away in the coming months Everton will have to bid big. However Koeman has quite the war chest at his disposal and if he feels the 28-year-old is the right man for his side a deal could be done in due course.

There is always a risk when signing a player off the back of an impressive summer tournament but Grosicki is the real deal and he is well worth it.

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