Robert Snodgrass could leave West Ham to join Celtic on loan before the transfer window closes, according to reports.
Snodgrass has been at West Ham since January 2017, but his gametime has decreased in recent months. The winger made just 17 Premier League starts last season, and hasn’t featured at all in the top flight this term.
He could have an opportunity for more gametime if he returns to his native Scotland. According to the Daily Record, Celtic want to sign him on loan.
Neil Lennon is keen to strengthen the left-hand side of his team, and Snodgrass could be an ideal reinforcement.
The 33-year-old hasn’t played in Scotland since leaving Livingston in 2008, but would be happy to return north of the border. Celtic would be able to offer him more regular playing time, which he is craving after falling out of favour in London.
Therefore, the parties could agree to a deal before the transfer deadline.
Snodgrass would become the second player to leave West Ham for Celtic this transfer window, after striker Albian Ajeti made a permanent move earlier in the summer.
Snodgrass remains under contract with West Ham until 2021, having signed an extension to his deal last summer.
West Ham interested in Grujic
While Snodgrass could depart before the window closes, West Ham could still look to bring some players in as well.
Midfield is one area they want to strengthen, and the latest name to emerge as a target is Marko Grujic.
The Serbian is struggling to force his way into Jurgen Klopp’s plans at Liverpool, so West Ham could offer to take him on loan.
However, there is another interested party in the Premier League.
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