West Ham United could be preparing to cut their losses on Robert Snodgrass, according to a report produced by football.london.
The Scotland international only joined the Hammers from Hull City during the January transfer window for an estimated fee of £10million, however Slaven Bilic seems ready for him to move on.
Snodgrass joined the London Stadium side after an impressive first half of the season, scoring seven important goals for the Tigers, whilst also creating a further three.
However, he failed to live up to reproduce the same kind of impact for the East London side, playing in 15 Premier League matches without netting.
Bilic is set to let the winger leave, with Brighton and Hove Albion reportedly keen on bringing him to the South coast.
The Seagulls are allegedly considering making an £8m offer for the flop, seeing him as someone who can give them the vital experience they will need in the top-flight.
Brighton finished their Championship campaign second, losing out on being crowned winners after Newcastle United bettered their result on the final day.