West Ham United have had a bid for Hull City’s Robert Snodgrass rejected, according to Sky Sports.
The London side reportedly offered £3 million for the Scottish striker as they look to strengthen their attack.
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The 29-year-old joined Hull from Norwich City in 2014, but a serious knee injury meant he only played once for the club over his first two seasons with them.
Snodgrass currently has seven goals in 19 appearances for the Tigers so far this campaign, who are struggling down at the bottom of the table with just three wins in 20 games.
It has been reported recently that the forward has rejected the offer of a new contract, putting fellow top-flight teams in high alert to his availability.
West Ham have already failed with offers for Sunderland’s Jermain Defoe and Brentford’s Scott Hogan as they search for a new striker to give Slaven Bilic more options going forward.
The Hammers have recovered from a disappointing start to the season, as they lie in 13th place in the table, with three wins from their last five games.
Having already registered their interest in several other strikers, whether the London side come in with another bid will depend on how high up Snodgrass is on their list of transfer targets.