According to a report from Claret and Hugh, West Ham could sell Robert Snodgrass in January, although Manuel Pellegrini is likely to keep the winger.
The Scotland international joined the Hammers from Hull City in January 2017, for a fee believed to be worth £10.2 million, according to BBC Sport.
The 32-year-old has enjoyed a decent spell at the London Stadium. He has racked up four goals and 11 assists in 59 games for West Ham.
Snodgrass finds himself well down the pecking order this season, however. He is currently behind Andriy Yarmolenko and when Michail Antonio returns he will arguably be the Hammers’ third choice right winger.
The Scot has made just one Premier League start this season, and he has had to make do with a place on the substitutes bench in all of the other games.
Claret and Hugh claims that West Ham could sell Snodgrass in January, although they do state that Manuel Pellegrini might opt to keep the winger as part of his squad.
Should the Hammers not sign anyone in January, it would be wise to keep the winger at the club.
Despite his lack of game-time this season, he is still a very useful member of Pellegrini’s squad.
The winger is still under contract with West Ham until the summer of 2021. He has his work cut-out if he is to force his way back into the Hammers’ first-team this season, however.