According to a report by Football London, Robert Snodgrass is on the radar of four clubs in the top two divisions of English football.

Having struggled to settle at West Ham United, Snodgrass could be heading for the exit door after just a few months as a Hammer.

Robert Snodgrass was the star man for Hull City in the first half of last season but failed to make an impact after joining the Irons in the January transfer window.

After managing just fifteen games for the Hammers and failing to register a goal, the Scotland international could be on his way out with West Ham United willing to cut their losses on this purchase.

Four clubs from the Premier League and the Championship remain keen in the West Ham winger.

Newly promoted duo Brighton and Hove Albion and Newcastle United are both weighing up a move for the 29-year-old, who is renowned for his set-pieces.

They face competition from two of Snodgrass’ former clubs: Norwich City and Leeds United.

Both teams play in the Championship and are aiming to bring in the left-footed wide man as a marquee signing this summer.

West Ham could let Robert Snodgrass leave if they land their attacking midfielder targets, such as Keita Balde or Marko Arnautovic.