CELTIC fanatic Robert Snodgrass is poised to leave West Ham – only seven months after his £11million move from Hull City.
The Scotland international is on his way out of the London outfit and couldn’t even get a place on the substitutes bench for their opening-day Premier League 4-0 walloping at Manchester City.
Snodgrass, equally adept in midfield or on the wing, has started only 11 games under Slaven Bilic.
The 29-year-old Glaswegian, who kicked off his career at Livingston under Hoops legend Davie Hay in 2003, will be allowed to leave either on a permanent basis or on loan.
Snodgrass agreed a three-and-a-half year deal with the Hammers in January following impressive form with Hull where had scored nine goals before the big-money shift.
He has also played for Leeds and Norwich while picking up 23 caps for his country.
His former Elland Road side could be interested while Newcastle, Brighton and Aston Villa have been alerted to his availability.
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