Robert Snodgrass is reportedly wanted by newly promoted Brighton & Hove Albion who are said to be considering a £8million bid for the West Ham winger.
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 has 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.
Our Bank Holiday Monday poll asks whether we should sell Snodgrass or stick by him?
I actually thought he was a pretty decent buy initially, albeit with a certain amount of panic-buy feel about it after the loss of the French sh!te!
He hasn’t torn up any trees for us, granted, but I’d give him a pre-season and then see how he does (and how often he actually starts?) up to Christmas.
Stick (at the moment) from me.
When he played for a Hull I thought he was decent but something has happened to him since he’s joined us, maybe Bilic doesn’t fancy him or something but he’s been anonymous, very poor!