West Ham United sold Sofiane Feghouli to Galatasaray yesterday and another winger could be about to follow him out of the exit door at The London Stadium.

According to a report by The London Evening Standard, Robert Snodgrass is a strong candidate to face the axe before the summer transfer window shuts in just over two weeks.

Robert Snodgrass only joined the Hammers in January after leaving Hull City in a relegation battle but he failed to find his feet in East London.

The 29-year-old played fifteen games for the Irons but failed to register a goal and he was completely excluded from Sunday’s 4-0 loss against Manchester United.

After failing to live up to his reported £10.2m transfer fee, Snodgrass could be axed with a number of Premier League and Championship clubs on alert.

With Slaven Bilic keen to do some more business before the transfer window slams shut, Robert Snodgrass could be offloaded to free up some funds for new arrivals.

The Scotland international’s exit would leave West Ham with Manuel Lanzini, Marko Arnautovic, Michail Antonio and Andre Ayew as the attacking midfield options, while the likes of Nathan Holland, Sead Haksabanovic and Martin Samuelsen will hope for first team game time.