Hull City and Newcastle United are interested in signing Norwich City winger Robert Snodgrass, according to the Hull Daily Mail.
The Tigers have been monitoring the Scotsman for a while now and see the player as a perfect addition to the squad that will be competing in Europe next season.
Snodgrass joined Norwich from Leeds in 2012, making 67 appearances and scoring 14 goals. He immediately became a key member of the side but was unable to prevent the Canaries from being relegated last season.
Now that the 27-year-old has experienced Premier League football he is unlikely to want to return to the Championship, and Hull manager Steve Bruce is looking to give the player another crack at the Premier League.
He will, however, face competition from West Ham, Newcastle and Celtic.
Scottish Champions Celtic made a £6 million bid for Snodgrass back in January, which was promptly rejected.
Norwich will now try their best to hold out for as much money as possible, but with the club now playing in the Championship and Snodgrass’ contract having only twelve months left to run, it seems that a price of closer to £4 million is now more realistic.
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