According to the Birmingham Mail, Aston Villa could sign Robert Snodgrass from West Ham for £12 million this summer, in a deal that would see the Hammers make a £2 million profit.
The 30-year-old joined the east London outfit from Hull City in January 2017, for a deal believed to be worth in the region of £10.2 million, according to BBC Sport.
Snodgrass desperately failed to establish himself at the London Stadium, though, and subsequently joined Villa on a season long loan last summer.
The Scotland international has been a revelation at Villa Park this season, chalking up eight goals and 13 assists in 38 Championship outings thus far.
He has firmly established himself as one of Steve Bruce's most important players, and the Birmingham Mail claims that he could make a £12 million permanent switch to the west Midlands in the summer.
The reported deal would represent an ideal outcome for both clubs in the sense that West Ham would be making a profit on a player who is surplus to requirements in east London and Villa would be gaining someone on a permanent basis who is currently thriving at the club.