New West Bromwich manager Sam Allardyce wants to sign winger Robert Snodgrass from West Ham.
Daily Mail reports that the Scotland international has been in talks with West Brom for some time now with the player looking for a new challenge with his contract with the Hammers set to expire in the summer; West Ham willing to listen to offers for the player this month as they don’t want to let him go on a free.
If West Brom can't buy the player permanently, the David Moyes side is willing to let the 33-year-old leave on a loan deal. According to the reports, a permanent move for Snodgrass would retain manager Sam Allardyce's remaining loan slot available for another signing this window, after Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher joined the Baggies on a season-long loan in September.
Snodgrass is considered a surplus to requirement at the London Stadium having made just six appearances for West Ham this season.
West Brom are reportedly in advanced talks with West Ham midfielder Robert Snodgrass over a permanent move.— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) January 6, 2021
Think that's a very solid move. Lots of Premier League experience.
Or maybe my eternal love for Snoddy will just never die. pic.twitter.com/wNkoG4q04l