West Ham midfielder Robert Snodgrass is reportedly an £8 million target of Premier League newcomers Brighton and Hove Albion despite having only joined the Hammers in January.
Snodgrass was brought to the London Stadium in January after impressing with Hull during the first half of the season and in order to provide reinforcement to the Hammers side following the controversial departure of Dimitri Payet which also happened in January.
During the nine starts that he has made for the East London Club, the 29-year-old Snodgrass has failed to find the back of the net and has often found himself on the substitutes bench.
Snodgrass is at a stage of his career where he will want to play regularly at club level in order to also remain in the reckoning for Scotland national team selection.
A move to Brighton will make it highly likely that he will get regular game time given that the club are looking to add Premier League experience to their ranks.