West Ham are ready to offload Robert Snodgrass this summer after the Scot disappointed big time in the second half of the season following his arrival from Hull.
The club believes it can its money back on the winger who is understood to have cost £8 million when arriving at the club following Dimitri Payet’s departure from the London Stadium.
And interestingly even the bookmakers have picked up on the possibility and are quoting Southampton, West Brom and Brighton and Hove Albion as possible destinations with the newly promoted outfit as favourites.
Snodgrass regularly disappointed following his transfer – never reproducing anything close to the form that made him a target in the first place.
He failed to find the back of the net during his 15 Premier League appearances for the Hammers after emerging as Hull’s top scorer.
We were told: “It’s early days but we expect to be moving some in and out. We have players who we paid money for recently for whom we may be ready to consider offers.”