Aston Villa will demand a £2m pay packet if West Ham United want to recall Robert Snodgrass from his season long loan deal, according to The Daily Record.
David Moyes is considering cutting Robert Snodgrass’ loan deal short with the Villains as he looks to bolster his own squad.
Moyes has already recalled Reece Burke and Josh Cullen from their loan spells at Bolton Wanderers and has brought Reece Oxford back from Borussia Monchengladbach prematurely as he assesses all his squad options.
And Snodgrass has been in good form for Villa this campaign, prompting Moyes to consider a recall.
The Scotland international endured a torrid time at West Ham after arriving last January and he eventually ended his nightmare in East London – albeit temporarily – by securing a loan move away to Championship club Aston Villa.
West Ham owner David Sullivan has since slammed the 30-year-old in a publicly issued message, leading to speculation that Snodgrass’ career as a West Ham player was all but over.
The left-footed winger did not seem to fit Slaven Bilic’s system but David Moyes is hopeful that he can feature for West Ham again.
But Aston Villa will demand £2m so they do not lose their star player, who has picked up five goals and seven assists for the Championship side this term.