After arriving in the January transfer window for a big fee, Robert Snodgrass has failed to live up to expectations at West Ham United.
West Ham swooped to beat widespread competition and they landed Robert Snodgrass from Hull City for a staggering £10.2m fee.
Since then, the 29-year-old has made just eight starts in claret and blue and could well be sold this summer.
The Mirror believe that West Ham have made Snodgrass available for transfer with a quartet of clubs from the top two divisions of English football monitoring the situation.
According to The Mirror, Brighton and Hove Albion are in pole position to land the Scotland international.
Snodgrass is thought to prefer a stay in the Premier League, which Brighton can offer, and he is likely to get more game time at the AMEX than he would at West Ham.
Wages may be a stumbling block in this move, though.
His alternative options are all in the Championship.
Sunderland, who were recently relegated from the Premier League, want Snodgrass as they mount a promotion push for next season.
This is also the case with Middlesbrough, who are another recently relegated side who want to sign Snodgrass after they missed out on him during the January window.
Sheffield Wednesday are the third side interested in the left-footed winger after missing out on promotion via the play-offs for the second consecutive season.
Snodgrass has, however, vowed to stay at West Ham and fight for his place, according to The Daily Mail.