According to TEAMtalk, West Ham United are still debating whether to recall Robert Snodgrass from Aston Villa.
The Premier League outfit opted to ship Snodgrass out on-loan during the summer transfer window, with Steve Bruce snapping up the opportunity to work with the winger again at Villa Park.
However, West Ham, now under the management of David Moyes, are keen to recall the 30-year-old, with Moyes in particular wanting to get Snodgrass back to London.
However, whilst West Ham’s owners, David Gold and David Sullivan, are considering Moyes’ request, the duo have their doubts and are unwilling to pay the £2.5m to bring the winger back.
So far this season Snodgrass has been extremely impressive at Villa Park, featuring in 22 of Villa’s 27 Championship fixtures, chipping in with six goals and a further six assists.
Snodgrass is currently on a good run of form in the claret and blue of Villa, having scored three goals and registered one assist in his last three Championship appearances, as Bruce’s side strengthen their grip on a place in the top-six.
Whilst Villa and Snodgrass go in search of a Premier League return, the winger’s parent-club continue their revival under Moyes and set their sights on the top-half.
Snodgrass’ form has been impressive this season, which is why Moyes will be keen to take him back to London this month.
Villa’s supporters will be wary of Snodgrass departing, as the 30-year-old has been key for Bruce’s side, particularly in recent weeks.
If Bruce loses the winger, it could seriously hurt Villa’s hopes of promotion this season.
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