Polish report claims Everton have held talks with Kamil Grosicki's representatives

Everton manager Ronald Koeman applauds fans after the match

The Hull City winger has long been admired by Everton manager Ronald Koeman, according to a report in his homeland.

Polish website Przeglad Sportowy claims that Kamil Grosicki's representatives have held talks with their counterparts at Everton 'in recent days'.

Grosicki is said to have turned down a move to SC Freiburg in the hope of a return to the Premier League, where he spent the past six months as a Hull City player.

Hull City's Kamil Grosicki  in action with Watford's Nordin AmrabatHull City's Kamil Grosicki

Despite their interest, however, the report states that Everton currently have other priorities, such as the purchase of a new central defender and striker. The Toffees have lost Ramiro Funes Mori for up to nine months and sold Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United last week.

It is claimed that Grosicki has been on the radar of Everton manager Ronald Koeman for some time, with the Dutchman having wanted him while in charge of Southampton.

But the Merseyside club are not the only English top flight side said to be keen on the 29-year-old, with Watford also credited with interest.

The Hornets recently hired Marco Silva as manager, only months after the Portuguese brought Grosicki to Hull from Stade Rennais.

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Hull City's Kamil Grosicki  applauds fans after the matchHull City's Kamil Grosicki

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