Former Scotland star Robert Snodgrass looks set to be on the move, West Brom lining up a transfer for the West Ham United star.
The 33-year-old winger has made a big impact during his time at the London Stadium, making 85 appearances with 11 goals and 17 assists. West Ham is the club he has represented more than any other team in his career, excluding Leeds United.
This season though Snodgrass has found minutes hard to come by under David Moyes, appearing three times from the bench in the Premier League. He does, however, have two goals and an assist in the Carabao Cup.
Now a former West Ham United manager looks set to snap him up, Sam Allardyce taking him back to the Midlands with West Brom. Snodgrass had previously been on loan at Aston Villa.
It would see him retain his status as a Premier League footballer as the Baggies fight to stay in English football’s top flight. They currently sit 19th, six points away from safety with a great escape needed. West Ham meanwhile are 10th, three points off the top four.
Snodgrass made 28 appearances for the Scotland national team with seven goals before retiring from international football. This action was taken so that he could fully concentrate on his club career.
Livingston is where Snodgrass would start this and he has since enjoyed a successful spell south of the border with Norwich City, Hull City, Leeds United and West Ham United, on top of a loan spell with Aston Villa.