West Ham have made a number of changes to their squad this summer, increasing the likelihood of departures in the final weeks of the window.
Forgotten man Robert Snodgrass has found a new lease of life in pre-season under Manuel Pellegrini, who he is said to have impressed in training, and scored during last week’s 3-1 win over Aston Villa.
The Scotland international enjoyed a successful period on-loan with the Championship side last season and Birmingham Live states Steve Bruce is looking to bring the winger back to Villa Park.
Villa will wait to see what West Ham have planned for Snodgrass following his performances in pre-season but his search for first-team football could be difficult at the London Stadium following the signings of Felipe Anderson and Andriy Yarmolenko.
30-year-old Snodgrass signed for West Ham in 2017, making just 17 Premier League appearances following his mid-season arrival before being loaned out 12 months ago.