By Kevin Campbell

1st Dec, 2021 | 7:00pm

Campbell suggests Snodgrass may quit West Brom after Ismael bust-up reported

Kevin Campbell refused to be drawn on suggestions Robert Snodgrass has fallen out with West Brom manager Valerien Ismael.

However, the former Albion and Arsenal striker, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, said the 34-year-old will have no shortage of suitors if he is to leave The Hawthorns in January.

Snodgrass was dropped from Ismael’s squad for Championship fixtures against Huddersfield, Blackpool and Nottingham Forest, despite being fit.

The Athletic‘s Steve Madeley claimed (30 November) that it is unlikely that the relationship between the duo can be repaired.

According to The Sun’s Alan Nixon (28 November), the Scottish midfielder will instead be allowed to leave in the January transfer window.

He is said to be no longer part of Ismael’s plans.

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When asked by Football Insider for his assessment of the latest, Campbell said: “I don’t know what’s gone on.

“Maybe Snodgrass has an opportunity to go elsewhere and play. At the end of the day, the manager and the club are going to try and do what they need to do.

“If Snodgrass wants to leave then Ismael will give his spot to someone else.

“I don’t know whether there has been a bust-up. It would be wrong of me to say there has been.

“Snodgrass is a quality player though. If there is no future for him at West Brom he will have an opportunity to go and play elsewhere.”

Snodgrass has made seven appearances for the Baggies this season.

His contract at The Hawthorns expires at the end of June.

In other news, Dr Dan has claimed West Brom could be ‘big losers’ as £250million on the line.