Aston Villa fans appear divided over whether Robert Snodgrass should be signed on a permanent deal from West Ham United.
Snodgrass has been a key player for Villa this term, and there has been suggestions that he could stay with Steve Bruce’s side.
And some Villa fans have started to feel that their money would be better off being invested elsewhere.
Maybe 5m too old for 12— Tyler Hawkins (@TylerHawkins77) April 15, 2018
No, been woefully out of form of late, overpriced at 12m, 4m tops. #utv— Wilf (@SimonMWheeler) April 15, 2018
I appreciate Snoddys efforts this season but £12million no way— Nigel Moore (@Moorski7) April 15, 2018
Gone off the boil of late, works hard and had a blinding spell just after Christmas but 12m is a bit much considering they don’t want him, another loan if we stay down is as much I’d go with— Wayne Homer (@VillaWayne) April 15, 2018
Not for me, we need to invest in younger players with pace or give our own players a chance— Brett Griffiths (@X7JBG) April 15, 2018
Although he's been decent for us this season his delivery last few weeks has been poor he is also a bit predictable couldn't see him cutting it in the Prem now— Dave G (@kagg70) April 15, 2018
I would bite their arm off, behind Johnstone he has been our stand out player.— Punjab Police (@Bhangra_Machine) April 15, 2018
That’s about the going rate in this market - crazy considering West Ham don’t want or rate him though— Ben Randall (@Benjmeister85) April 15, 2018
In today's market? Bargain.— Jason (@JaseTheVillain) April 15, 2018
Yes a good deal for Villa and him— kevin miles (@kjmvilla1874) April 15, 2018
David Moyes actually attempted to bring Snodgrass back to West Ham earlier this season, so it could be that he is given another chance at the London Stadium next term.
It remains unclear whether Villa will move for the winger, but it seems likely that they would have to earn promotion to have a chance to snap him up on a permanent deal.
Villa are fighting against Financial Fair Play, and it is doubtful whether they would be able to afford a £12 million fee without promotion.
Snodgrass has scored eight goals and claimed 13 assists so far this season for Villa, but he has not hit the back of the net in his last nine outings.