Date: 25th July 2018 at 4:30pm
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West Ham have received “no enquiries” for Robert Snodgrass despite the Scottish international having been put up for sale early in the summer, according to Football.London reporter Sam Inkersole.

After spending a season on loan at Villa Park, most supporters would have liked to have seen the 30-year-old stay permanently. However, the club’s cashflow crisis meant no deal was possible.

With Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens now on board, could the club look to revive their interest in the winger? That could depend on a couple of things.

If Steve Bruce stays in charge then a move for Snodgrass before the 9th August is possible. If Thierry Henry’s is named as manager, it is not known who the Frenchman would look to target.

Secondly, Snoddy could yet still stay with the Hammers after impressing Manuel Pellegrini.  He has played regularly under the Chilean during pre-season. With new signings Felipe Anderson and Andriy Yarmolenko still to come back into the team, his newfound favouritism could be shortlived.

What do you think? Could you see Snodgrass coming back to the club? Let me know in the poll:

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5 Replies to “Could Villa Swoop In For Former Loan Star Who Has Received ‘No Enquiries’ This Summer?”

  • I would be pleased to see him back with us, only comment I would make is if Bruce stays and we keep Grealish and Chester we will have pretty much the same team as last season and we all know how that ended.

    • Hopefully Grealish will see sense and realise he won’t play regular at Spurs and be adored as he is at Villa,defence wise we were 3rd in league for solidity,another attack/creative minded midfielder,a speedy right winger and the strikers we have got to get up the pitch quick time and bring Grabbon bk if poss and I’d say we’d crack it next,Bruce has steaded the ship big-time just give the man some cash n a break

  • Other than a loan, I would have thought Snodgrass would be too expensive. I also wonder how many good years he has left, despite last season’s efforts.

    With Brucie staying on, anyone over 30 has a real chance of being picked up. Snoddy fits the manager’s remit well on two counts – experience and big wages. More seriously, signing anyone on a big fee surely undoes what we are trying to achieve on FFP?

  • If Grealish goes, we need somebody. Snoddy performed well for us and we know what he’s all about. If we can afford, sign him up.

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