West Ham have told Robert Snodgrass that he is surplus to requirements and is available either for transfer or a loan.
The Scottish international only signed for Slaven Bilic’s side in January, but the winger has now been informed that the club won’t stand in his way if he can find a move away from the London Stadium.
Snodgrass, 29, only joined West Ham from Hull in the January transfer window earlier this year, costing the Hammers a fee of over £10m and putting pen to paper on a contract until 2020.
But he has struggled to make an impact in the capital and West Ham are now keen to offload him.
Snodgrass has been linked with Leeds this summer, where he plied his trade from 2008 until 2012, when he left for Norwich City.
Rafael Benitez’s Newcastle have also been mooted as an option for the Scottish star and a switch to St. James’ Park would mean continued Premier League football for Snodgrass.