Burnley have had a £10 million offer for in-demand Hull City midfielder Robert Snodgrass accepted, with West Ham United expected to match this figure, The Guardian report.
The Scotland international has been a driving force in the Tigers’ resistance in the Premier League this season and has impressed in the modest club’s first campaign back in English football’s top tier.
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However, Snodgrass’ contract is running down and the versatile attacker is believed to covet a move away from the KCOM Stadium – largely down to the club’s struggles off the pitch.
Sean Dyche is clearly looking to bolster his squad in a bid to stay in the Premier League and seems ready to raid his fellow newly promoted rivals.
West Ham have already added Jose Fonte to Slaven Bilic’s squad this month, with the Portugal international defender moving to the London Stadium from Southampton.
However, with Dimitri Payet seemingly set to leave the Hammers due to being homesick, the Irons are in the market for creative players this month.
Snodgrass would offer energy and quality in the final third for West Ham, but it appears that a number of other Premier League sides will contest the Scot’s signature also.