West Brom winger Kamil Grosicki has hopes of getting a move away this month.
The Express & Star says Albion haven't received any recent approaches for Grosicki.
Widespread reports have suggested Legia Warsaw – who have until the end of this month to sign players – are interested in taking the winger back to Poland.
Speaking last month, Allardyce confirmed he is willing to listen to offers for Grosicki as Albion look to lower their wage bill.
Nottingham Forest, who came close to signing Grosicki in the summer, renewed their interest last month but the Poland international wasn't keen on a move to the City Ground.
It is believed Grosicki is hoping to secure a move to a European side this month in a bid to get more playing time ahead of the European Championships.
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