Date: 12th June 2017 at 10:10am
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Robert Snodgrass, recently linked with a potential summer switch to Brighton, has reportedly been made available for transfer by West Ham, according to the Daily Mirror.

Having only joined West Ham from Hull in January, Snodgrass, reportedly wanted at Middlesbrough, Sunderland and Sheffield Wednesday, could be on the Brighton radar once again.

The Scottish international isn’t prepared to drop into the Championship, which should rule out Brighton’s apparent rivals for Snodgrass but his reported £50,000 a week wages may prove to a major sticking point for Albion.

Four months on from paying £10m for Snodgrass, 29, West Ham have realised he is ‘not the right fit’ for their system so they are now open to offers.

Apparently, the Hammers are prepared to take a hit on the fee paid to Hull for the ex-Norwich and Leeds midfielder but if it’ll be enough to compensate for his wage demands and bring him to the Amex Stadium remains to be seen.

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