Robert Snodgrass is seemingly surplus to requirements at West Ham United.

After joining in January 2017, Snodgrass has failed to live up to expectations and a string of disappointing displays have cast doubt over his future.

Indeed, West Ham are ready to sell him just six months after buying him from Hull, according to The Mirror.

Slaven Bilic wants to bring in another winger and he will use the Snodgrass sale to help fund it and open up a vacancy on the flank.

After The Mirror reported that Snodgrass is likely to depart the London Stadium in the summer transfer window, various bookmakers started taking in bets.

Newly promoted Brighton and Hove Albion have been installed as favourites with Betfair as reported by The Express.

Ahead of their first ever season in the Premier League, the Seagulls are keen to add to their squad and they are priced at 2/1 to sign Robert Snodgrass.

The 29-year-old could also be in line for a sensational return to Leeds United.

The Scotland international joined Leeds in 2008 and had four productive years at Elland Road before moving to Norwich.

His former club, now under the guidance of Thomas Christiansen, have been priced as outsiders at 20/1.