Hull City could be ready to bid for Norwich City’s Scotland international midfielder Robert Snodgrass, according to the Hull Daily Mail.
The tigers have identified Snodgrass as a leading transfer target this summer as they build a squad capable of competing in the Europa League and Snodgrass has caught the eye of boss Steve Bruce.
Neil Adams may be forced to sell the 26-year-old as he only has twelve months to run on his contract and is unlikely to pen a new deal with Norwich in the Sky Bet Championship.
Snodgrass joined Leeds United in 2008 and was a popular figure at the club before Norwich signed the winger for £3million two years ago. He went on to make 67 Premier league appearances for the Canaries but unfortunately could not save them from relegation last season.
Newcastle, West Ham and boyhood club Celtic have also been linked with Snodgrass who may be available for around £4million.