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.
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