Premier League new boys Cardiff City have reportedly made West Ham Midfielder  Robert Snodgrass one of their top transfer targets. Its been reported that Neil Warnock has identified Snodgrass as main target as he wants to add proven Premier League experience to his squad.

Snodgrass has previously played for Warnock when he was at Leeds United, during which he had his most successful season  for scoring goals, netting 13 goals in 43 league appearances.

WalesOnline say they understand that Cardiff will make a move for Snodgrass in the coming weeks — preferably on loan — but West Ham may want to keep the Scottish international.

New West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini has said that every player will get their chance to prove themselves during Pre Season, before making a decision on any player. Snodgrass joined West Ham for £10.2million from Hull City in January 2017.

The 30-year-old left Aston Villa last week, where he spent the 2017/18 season on loan, after their 1-0 defeat to Fulham in the play-off final. Due to Aston Villia’s financial situation and keeping in within the financial fair play rules, that they are unable to make a move for Snodgrass.

Jon | @jphammer29

Jon Pope

By Jon Pope

Use to sit in the BML for 10 years, been a West Ham fan all my life, and my great grandfather was a founder member of the TIW. I also help run the Hammer Chat website.

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