West Ham United are set to make a more concerted attempt to sign Robert Snodgrass from Hull City and will offer their Premier League rivals striker Ashley Fletcher as a makeweight in their latest offer, according to The Mirror.

The Scotland international attacker looks likely to leave the Tigers in January, with a host of Premier League sides tracking the versatile star.

However, Fletcher’s involvement in any deal between West Ham and Hull will be bad news for Leeds United, who reportedly have the blistering forward in their sights.

Garry Monk’s men are fifth in the Championship currently and are hoping to bring a handful of new faces to Elland Road over the next month to boost their promotion hopes.

Fletcher was linked with Leeds over the summer and again has been touted as a potential loan addition for the Whites over the mid-season break.

West Ham have had an inconsistent first half of the campaign and Slaven Bilic is said to want new faces to help the London side back into the top half of the Premier League table.


  1. If Leeds think they are going to be left on the shelf by Fletchers move to Hull,They can think again,We certainly don’t want a Striker who has never scored for his club!!and to offer £2 million they must be out of their tiny Shandy drinking cockney heads!

  2. Can’t see Hull letting their established quality goal scoring player leave for 3m and Ashley fletcher as player who is barely getting a game for west ham and when he does he isn’t scoring
    He has potential that’s why we want him at Leeds but Hull cannot afford to lose Snodgrass at this stage of their season they have a better chance of staying up with him
    And if he leaves for free after they stay up the financial benefits will be better
    All in all I think they are better off risking losing Snodgrass for free at the end of the season and keeping him to help improve their league position than cashing in on him


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