The Poland international, signed by Tony Pulis, finds himself out of favour with Alan Pardew at the Hawthorns, amid reports that the new Albion boss wants to cut short the 27-year-old’s loan spell.
A return to Paris St Germain would free Krychowiak for one more loan spell this season and having made his name in Sevilla, is open to a move to La Liga. Prior to signing with the Baggies, the Pole had several offers from the Iberian peninsula as well as Italy’s Serie A.
Pulis’ departure from the West Midlands signalled the beginning of the end of Krychowiak’s time in England. It was a coup for West Brom to sign him in the first place when he was previously linked with moves to Arsenal and Liverpool.
Pardew is unable to stop the rot which has seen Albion slide to the bottom of the Premier League table and knows he must cut the wages bill before he is able to sign anyone new.
After admitting this at a recent press conference, speculation increased that Northern Ireland centre-back Jonny Evans, 29, will leave the Hawthorns this winter with Arsenal and Manchester City both keen on the former Manchester United player.