The Hammers seem to be parting their ways with Scotland international Robert Snodgrass just five months after he came in from Hull. West Ham have put Snodgrass on the transfer list, and they are open to talks about a potential transfer for the midfielder.
Robert Snodgrass impressed during his stay with the Tigers, and his left foot was causing all sorts of problems for the opposition last season.
However, his subsequent stay at the London Stadium was significantly less successful, and he has managed to start only eight games since his arrival.
Was Ham paid £10 million for his transfer, but they will hardly return the investment made on this 29-year-old player.
According to the reports in the Mirror, the Hammers are expecting offers from Middlesbrough, Sheffield Wednesday, Sunderland, or even recently promoted Brighton.
Snodgrass has been one of many flops made by manager Slaven Bilic, and West Ham has realized that Scotland international is not the right fit for their ambitions and the planned overhaul of the team.