West Ham are reportedly ready to cut their losses and offload misfiring midfielder Robert Snodgrass only six months after he joined the club, says The Mirror.
The Scotsman joined the Hammers in January for £10 million from Hull City after impressing for the Tigers in the early stages of the season, but has since struggled to make the same impact at the London Stadium.
The 29-year-old has failed to establish himself as a regular in Slaven Bilic’s midfield, making only 8 starts since his move in January and failing to find the back of the net as he had done so regularly for his former club.
Reports now suggest that Bilic is ready to let the Scotland international leave the club as he looks to reassess his options ahead of the new season. The Croatian manager is looking to acquire a number of new signings this transfer period after a disappointing previous campaign, and Snodgrass may be one of those to make way for the incomers.