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17th Aug, 2017 | 8:00pm

Leeds fans urge club to sign reportedly available PL attacker

By Harvey Byrne

Leeds fans on Twitter have urged the club to bring attacker Robert Snodgrass back to the club after it was reported on Thursday that West Ham had made him available

Sky Sports’ north east reporter Keith Downie has claimed on his personal Twitter account on Thursday afternoon that the Hammers are willing to allow the 29-year-old right-winger leave the Olympic Stadium.

Snodgrass has had a disappointing first seven months at West Ham after completing a £10.2million transfer from Hull in January.

However, he was a huge success at Leeds between 2008 and 2012 and is a firm fan favourites among the famous Elland Road crowd.

It is now clear that supporters on social media want to see the 24-time capped Scotland international make his return in a Leeds shirt with many urging the club to “bring him home.”

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Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:

Snodgrass returned a fine 41 goals and 40 assists in 187 appearances in total for Leeds before moving to Norwich in the Premier League in 2012.

He was also a key part of helping the Yorkshire giants return to the Championship and if was to sign the attacker would certainly look to play a huge part in helping the club make their return to the Premier League.

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