Kamil Grosicki’s Hull City exit looks to be on the horizon with the Tigers having given up hope of keeping the Polish winger.

Watford are known to have an interest in the Poland international, who was brought to England by new Hornets boss Marco Silva.

Grosicki has been holding talks with the club since the appointment of new boss Leonid Slutsky last month.

But it seems the Russian could not convince the 28-year-old to stay on Humberside following their relegation.

The Tigers are reportedly seeking £9million for a player they feel has semi-proven himself in the Premier League, with the asking price £2million more than they paid Rennes for his services in January.