West Ham fringe figure and Aston Villa loanee Robert Snodgrass is set to be handed a final chance to save his career with the London club as they ready themselves to accept his exit for £12million, according to a report.
West Ham news website Claret and Hugh, who have established themselves as a reputable source of information surrounding the Hammers, claim that the 30-year-old is in the last chance saloon with the Irons, with David Moyes set to run the rule over the Scottish winger in the summer.
It is said his impressive performances while on loan to Aston Villa, with eight goals and 12 assists in 33 appearances, have convinced Moyes to give him a chance, although are readying his departure should a bid of £12million-plus come in from interested parties.
The former Leeds man has just 15 outings to his name for the Irons, having joined from Hull City in January 2017.
Football Insider verdict
If Snodgrass wants to have any chance of a career at the London Stadium, then he not only has to continue to impress for Villa but keep up his good form going into the summer break. Some might say he has not had the chance to shine with West Ham and with Slaven Bilic being replaced by David Moyes, he could well have a transformation of fortunes come the start of the new campaign. Still, he is unlikely to be a regular starter, and if it is guaranteed football he wants, then he best be hoping someone stumps up the £12million price tag that has been slapped on his head.
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