According to reports from the Daily Mirror, Everton are close to securing the services of Kamil Grosicki from Hull City.
Everton’s lavish spending in the transfer market this summer has been well documented and so far, the Toffees have brought in the likes of Davy Klassen, Wayne Rooney, Michael Keane and Jordan Pickford among others to Goodison Park.
With Everton harbouring hopes of finishing in the top four next season though, manager Ronald Koeman is surely not done with his business in the transfer market so far and a host of names continue to be linked with a move to the blue half of Merseyside.
Bringing in another attacking player seems to be high on the agenda for Koeman at the moment and now according to reports from the Daily Mirror, the Toffees are close securing the services of Kamil Grosicki from Hull City.
Grosicki joined Hull from Rennes during the January transfer window last season and although he was unable to help the Tigers avoid relegation into the Championship, he did manage to impress many with his fine performances.
As a result a host of Premier League clubs have expressed an interest in signing Grosicki this summer and the 29-year-old is also said to be keen on a move away from the KCOM Stadium as he wants to continue playing in the English top flight.
Everton have often been mentioned as one of the clubs keen on signing Grosicki and the Toffees have allegedly agreed a fee of around £7.7milion to acquire the services of the Polish international.