Four clubs are interested in West Ham United midfielder Robert Snodgrass, who may be made available for transfer this summer, according to The Mirror.
Robert Snodgrass only joined West Ham in January after leaving Hull City but he has failed to settle in at the East London club.
The Scotland international only managed eight starts for the Hammers and was criticised after a number of below par performances in claret and blue.
Snodgrass recently outlined his desire to stay at West Ham, fight for his place and prove his doubters wrong.
However, The Mirror believe that he could still be sold in the summer transfer window with four clubs circling.
Premier League new boys Brighton and Hove Albion are in pole position to land the left-footed winger but wages may be a stumbling block.
A trio of Championship clubs are also in the hunt for Snodgrass.
Recently relegated duo Sunderland and Middlesbrough could make a move to sign the 29-year-old and are monitoring his situation at West Ham.
They will be rivalled by Sheffield Wednesday, who are ready to splash the cash this summer after failing to win promotion via the play-offs for the second year running.
The Mirror believe that Robert Snodgrass would prefer to stay in the Premier League and therefore Brighton would be favourites if West Ham do decide to offload him just five months after signing him.
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