Who is in for Scotland star and among Robert Snodgrass next club tips?
FootyOn experts give Robert Snodgrass next club tips after West Ham United tell the Scotland attacker he is free to leave.
The Hammers made a symptomatic January transfer window panic buy this past winter and it hasn’t worked out for Snodgrass in the capital.
Despite paying a reported £10,200,000 to sign Snodgrass from Hull City, he has failed to score for West Ham and made just two assists.
That doesn’t make him a poor player, only one who couldn’t have the immediate impact Slaven Bilic needed at the Olympic Stadium.
Although the Hammers have sold Algeria counterpart Sofiane Feghouli this summer, they still possess plenty of wide options.
That means Snodgrass should be sold, but to whom and why?
Read on as we reveal our Robert Snodgrass next club tips…
Aston Villa in pole position
BetVictor make pre-season Championship promotion fancies Aston Villa even-money favourites to snare Snodgrass.
Why? Well under-fire Villans boss Steve Bruce signed him for Hull from Norwich City back in 2014.
Another attacking option could placate unhappy Villa supporters after their underwhelming start to the season.
With fellow Scotland international Ross McCormack linked with Sunderland, there is room on the roster to sign Snodgrass.
It all depends on whether he will want to drop down a division, as Premier League interest could materialise…
Newcastle United need extra spark
While Rafael Benitez’s biggest short-term concern is covering injuries in defence, the Toon Army crave a marquee signing.
Snodgrass might not amount to that, but Scotland colleagues Matt Ritchie and Grant Hanley both ply their trade at St James’ Park.
Newcastle United have already invested in wide options this summer, with Jacob Murphy and the permanent capture of Ghana winger Christian Atsu.
Benitez could still buy Snodgrass, though, and use him off the front.
Celtic a chance to win trophies
Two play-off campaigns in Scotland and England apart, Snodgrass has never won a major trophy, but that would surely change if he were to sign for Celtic.
Brendan Rogers’ Bhoys have one foot in the Champions League group stage after smashing Astana in the first leg of their play-off tie.
European football is another alluring prospect about Celtic.
Snodgrass doesn’t seem to be their primary target, though, with young Patrick Roberts reportedly keen to re-join the Hoops.
Even if the Manchester City wideman returns to Parkhead, Snodgrass is a 5/1 chance with BetVictor to sign in this window.
Swansea could splash Sigurdsson cash on several signings
In south Wales, meanwhile, Swansea City may be poorer for selling Gylfi Sigurdsson to Everton, but they are also £45,000,000 better off.
Paul Clement is unlikely to put all his eggs in one basket when splashing that cash in order to replace the Iceland international.
Could Snodgrass make the switch to the Liberty Stadium?
Again, it appears the Swans have other targets they are looking at, but that could indirectly impact his future anyway.
Swansea are 10/1 with Sky Bet to be Snodgrass’ next club.
West Brom may need to replace Chadli
Tony Pulis has done his best to give the best of British talent a chance in his coaching career.
He has continued to do so at West Bromwich Albion, who are bracing themselves for interest in Belgium winger Nacer Chadli.
That reportedly comes from the aforementioned Swans, who seek a Sigurdsson replacement, which in turn means the Baggies may also need to bring someone in.
Like Chadli, Snodgrass can play wide or in a supporting central role.
Having scored three in six career appearance against Albion, Snodgrass looks overpriced at 16/1 with Sky Bet to sign for West Brom.
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