French side Rennes are stalling on an offer for Kamil Grosicki from Sevilla in the expectation that Lazio and West Ham United will lodge rival bids.

Grosicki, who plays as a winger for the Ligue 1 outfit, is set to be a man in demand over the last stretch of the transfer window and could potentially have the choice of moving to Serie A, La Liga or the Premier League.

According to Italian outlet Lalaziosiamonoi, Sevilla have put €7m on the table for the Poland international.

But Rennes have not yet accepted the offer and are aware of interest from Lazio and West Ham. As such, the Ligue 1 side are hoping to push Grosicki's asking price up to closer between €8m and €10m.

Grosicki is locked down on a contract with Rennes until the summer of 2020.


The Poland winger made 33 appearances for the club in Ligue 1 last term, scoring nine goals and providing his team-mates with four assists.

Grosicki was snapped up by Rennes from Turkish outfit Sivasspor in 2014.

He turned out for Poland at Euro 2016 and has a total of 44 caps with eight goals to his name.