Three reasons West Ham should keep Robert Snodgrass amid exit rumours

According to Football London, West Ham United winger Robert Snodgrass could leave the club this summer less than six months after moving to the London Stadium for £10million from Hull City.

The Scotland international struggled to make an impression after moving to east London during the January transfer window – despite enjoying a successful first half of the campaign with the Tigers – and now rumours suggest the Irons might be open to letting him go.

Newly-promoted Brighton and Hove Albion are said to be interested in the 29-year-old, and it certainly wouldn’t be too surprising to see West Ham sell after a difficult half-season at his new club.

While he may have disappointed his manager and the supporters over the course of the last few weeks and months, the wide man can still have a positive impact on the side.

Here are three reasons West Ham should keep Snodgrass this summer…