Burnley boss Sean Dyche will be desperate to bolster his squad before the start of the new Premier League season, as he looks to guide his side to another successful campaign in the top flight.
One particular area where Dyche will want to strengthen is his wide attacking options, with more competition required for the likes of Aaron Lennon and Robbie Brady in the wide attacking department.
The 30-year-old joined the Hammers from Hull City in January 2017, for a fee believed to be worth in the region of £10.2 million, but he failed to establish himself in east London.
Snodgrass returned to somewhere near his best last season, however, during a loan spell with Aston Villa, notching up an impressive eight goals and 13 assists in 40 Championship appearances.
The Scotland international still has a lot to offer at the very highest level, and his trickery on the ball, combined with an extremely potent delivery would provide Burnley with an added facet to their attacking play.
It is unclear as to how much West Ham will demand for Snodgrass' signature, but the Clarets have plenty of financial firepower to test the Hammers' resolve, what with the £120 million they earned from their seventh placed finish in the Premier League table last season.
And if Dyche does manage to bring the 30-year-old to Turf Moor this summer, it could turn out to be a signing of real significance for Burnley.
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