With all of West Ham’s planned changes this summer, there’s likely to be a number of departures from the London Stadium.

The club have already confirmed that experienced defender James Collins will leave when his contract expires at the end of the month and he may not be the only veteran out the door.

Robert Snodgrass impressed on-loan with Aston Villa last term but, after the club’s defeat in the playoff final, it’s unlikely that Steve Bruce’s side will be able to make a deal permanent.

As such, the Scottish international faces an uncertain future but he could be handed a fresh opportunity with an approach from a side who were successful in their promotion push.

WalesOnline states that Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock is targeting a move for Snodgrass as he looks to prepare his side for Premier League football next term.

While it’s understood that Snodgrass will have the opportunity to prove himself to new West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini this summer, the 30-year-old remains one player who’s future is on the fence.