West Ham United have an advantage in the race to sign Rennes winger Kamil Grosicki as the Poland star is dreaming of a move to the Premier League.

Grosicki attracted interest from Everton earlier this summer while in action at Euro 2016 for Poland, but it is now Sevilla, Lazio, Schalke and West Ham who are keenest on the 28-year-old.

Sevilla have made the first move by offering €7m for Grosicki, though Rennes are stalling as they want to see rival offers land and an auction develop.

But West Ham may have the advantage in the race as, according to French magazine France Football, Grosicki is dreaming of a switch to the Premier League.

The Hammers, if they do want to add the Poland star to their ranks, will still need to have a bid accepted by Rennes and how much that might need to be could be influenced by offers from the other clubs chasing the winger.


Sevilla can offer Champions League football to Grosicki, something which may well give the Pole pause for thought.

And Lazio and Schalke are also set to try their best to convince the 28-year-old that his future would be best served by joining them.