Media reports have suggested that Robert Snodgrass is wanted by newly promoted Brighton & Hove Albion who are said to be considering a £8million bid for the Scotland international.
The 29-year-old moved to the London Stadium in January for £10.2 million after impressing for Hull City in the first part of the season. However, he has failed to replicate his Hull City form and quickly found himself on the bench. He joined Hull from Norwich in 2014 for a fee in excess of £6m.
Snodgrass has yet to score despite making two assists for Slaven Bilic’s side and he has spent the majority of his fifteen games for the club on the substitutes’ bench.
It is thought West Ham could be persuaded to part with Snodgrass but they would want at least what they paid for him six months ago.