Celtic and West Bromwich have entered the race to sign Robert Snodgrass in the January transfer window, according to the Mirror.
The Hull City midfielder has reportedly turned down the offer of a long-term deal at the KCOM Stadium because the club’s ownership is in doubt.
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Snodgrass was signed for £6 million from Norwich in 2014 and has been impressive for the Tigers since returning from his 18-month knee injury lay-off in February.
The 29-year-old Scotland international’s free-kick deliveries and dangerous crosses could make him an attractive proposition for the Hoops and the Baggies.
Snodgrass is also in prolific goalscoring form this season, netting 10 times in 22 appearances for club and country, and both teams will be optimistic they can sign the creative midfielder.
However, Hull will be reluctant to let one of their star players leave the club, especially as they have the thinnest squad in the Premier League.