Despite widespread rumours that Robert Snodgrass is set to be sold this summer, West Ham United have included him in their pre-season tour to Austria.
West Ham United tweeted via their official social media account that they had arrived in Austria for their pre-season tour.
In the picture is Robert Snodgrass, who is at the bottom of the aeroplane stairs, just ahead of Andy Carroll.
We've arrived safe and sound in
This means that Robert Snodgrass is set to be handed an opportunity to impress Slaven Bilic in pre-season.
Championship side Sunderland are said to be competing with Brighton and Hove Albion for £8m-rated Robert Snodgrass, according to a previous report by The Telegraph.
The Scotland international only arrived in East London during the January transfer window but failed to make much of an impact in claret and blue.
His poor performances led to him being dropped and he struggled to impress when he was handed the opportunity.
West Ham have been looking at replacements for the former Leeds United, Norwich City and Hull City star with his lack of pace cited as a factor for why the Hammers want to upgrade.
However, despite these rumours of an exit, Snodgrass remains a West Ham player and looks set to feature in Slaven Bilic’s pre-season plans and preparations.