West Ham United January signing Robert Snodgrass could be offloaded by the Premier League club this summer after failing to impress at the London Stadium, according to the Claret and Hugh website.
The former Hull City man was brought in and seen by many as being a potential replacement for the departed Dimitri Payet but those hopes failed to materialise with the Scotland international struggling to make an impact in the capital.
The West Ham midfielder made 15 appearances in the Premier League since arriving at the London Stadium but he failed to find the net despite the growing reputation he carried.
The Hammers paid around £8 million for Snodgrass in January and the club believe they can get that fee back were they to sell him this summer.
Southampton, West Bromwich Albion and Premier League newcomers Brighton and Hove Albion have all been linked with the Scotland man although it is understood no bids have been made for the 29-year-old as yet.
“It’s early days but we expect to be moving some in and out,” a source told the Claret and Hugh website.
“We have players who we paid money for recently for whom we may be ready to consider offers.”
If Snodgrass does leave the Hammers then someone could get a bargain if his next club can extract the form he showed at the KCOM Stadium.