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Hull City Complete Grosicki Signing

Grosicki has finally earned his move to the Premiership / Getty
Hull City Complete Grosicki Signing

HULL, England. February 2 (PSN) – Just before the closing of the 2017 transfer window, Kamil Grosicki became a Hull City AFC player.

The Polish international had successfully passed a medical examination and signed a contract with the English Premiership club. The player had been attempting a move to England since last season.

According to unofficial reports, Hull City paid up to nine million euros for the 28-year-old winger.

Grosicki played for Stade Rennes FC since January 2014 and had been on the wish list of several English clubs since the UEFA EURO 2016 in France. In the French Ligue 1 he played in 81 matches, scoring 13 goals.

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