West Ham have plenty of issues to sort this summer and the future of Robert Snodgrass may be one of them.

Signed in January 2017, Snodgrass endured a difficult few months before moving on-loan to Aston Villa last summer, where he helped fire the club to the playoff final.

However, Steve Bruce’s side were defeated by Fulham at Wembley and financial implications now mean that they’re unlikely to sign the loanee on a permanent basis.

The Telegraph stated last week that Villa face a financial nightmare if they failed to beat Fulham at Wembley and the aftermath of the defeat as already seen veteran skipper John Terry leave.

30-year-old Snodgrass impressed during his stint in the second-tier, scoring seven goals and contributing 14 assists, and may have a chance at redemption at West Ham following the appointment of Manuel Pellegrini.

However, Snodgrass doesn’t have a good relationship with the Hammers board after sensational comments from David Sullivan earlier this season and it’s likely he’ll push for an exit.