West Bromwich Albion are considering a move for West Ham United ace Robert Snodgrass this month according to a report from the Express & Star.
The Baggies are in real relegation trouble, with six points currently separating them from safety.
West Brom boss Sam Allardyce will be desperate to add some Premier League experience to his ranks before the end of the month.
And it seems as though Big Sam could cast an eye over one of his former clubs in order to do that.
The Express & Star claims that West Brom could make a move to sign West Ham ace Robert Snodgrass this month.
West Brom to sign Robert Snodgrass?
It is claimed that the Hammers are willing to let the 33-year-old leave the London Stadium for a nominal fee (Express & Star).
Robert Snodgrass joined West Ham from Hull City in January 2017 for around £10 million (Football.London).
He enjoyed a wonderfully successful campaign last season from an individual perspective. Snoddy racked up five goals and five assists in 24 Premier League games.
Snodgrass has played a peripheral role under Hammers boss David Moyes this season, however.
It must be said that the Scot is still a big influence behind the scenes though. He is well known for his good attitude, hard work and strong character.
And a move to West Brom might be the ideal outcome for all parties involved.
The winger turned midfielder earns around £40k-a-week at West Ham (Spotrac). So covering his wages shouldn’t be a problem for West Brom.