Date: 2nd August 2018 at 4:30pm
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The club are actively looking to sign Robert Snodgrass on a second loan spell, according to the Birmingham Mail journalist Gregg Evans.

It was reported by the same journalist earlier in the week that the Hammers have yet to make a decision on the Scottish international’s future, and that remains the case.

Snoddy has impressed during West Ham’s pre-season, and despite the Premier League club’s heavy recruitment drive, it seems manager Manuel Pellegrini could decide to keep the 30-year-old this summer.

The Hammers are clearly overloaded with wingers with Michail Antonio and new signings Felipe Anderson and Andriy Yarmolenko all preferring to play on the right-hand side.

It seems inevitable then that, despite impressing in pre-season, Snodgrass may have to leave for first-team football. Most Villa fans will be hoping he ends up back at the club come the end of transfer window.

Just a reminder – EFL clubs can sign players on loan up until August 31st, although permanent signings must be completed by August 9th.


One Reply to “Villa Ready To Step Up Pursuit Of Scottish International – Report”

  • I’d not object to this, always gives his all, seemed to love us, I know he loved his time here and we seemed to take to him. All round, it’s a yes from me! As long as we also let our own youth through.

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