Aston Villa Interested In Signing West Ham United Ace Permanently: Should The Hammers Let Him Go?

West Ham United are having an indifferent season. The Hammers who had come up the table in the last couple of years have lost their way this season again. They had found good feet under their ex-boss Slaven Bilic who had formed a good group of players and took West Ham to the top half of the table.

It gave the fans hope and with a new stadium on the way, things looked promising for the Hammers. However, things fell apart rather soon with players leaving. Although they brought in new players and signed new faces, the fresh batch was unable to settle fast and it led to the sacking of Bilic.

Bilic’s removal saw David Moyes put in charge. Moyes has had a grey season with his team unable to maintain a form. They started off horribly under their new boss but over time grew into a rhythm that saw them climb the table. However, they were unable to hold on to their form and it gave way to their collapse. They are currently 15th in the table with their players now looking demotivated.

They might have done just enough to have blocked off relegation but they are definitely a rather weak looking side. Moyes’ men have been unable to play well and despite having a plethora of attackers, his team has suffered. They have not been resourceful and have not used all their players properly.

One such player is Robert Snodgrass. He signed for the Hammers last year in the month of January from Hull City for a reported fee of £10.2million.  However, after spending only 6 months with the Hammers, he was sent away on loan.

He ended up in Aston Villa where he has performed extremely well. He has helped the Villains play some good football on their journey to the top. Villa are now firmly on course for promotion with their place in the playoffs now cemented. Should they play well they might even get the automatic promotion spot.

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This would mean that they could be on their way to the top tier of English football and it seems they are ready to do so with Snodgrass in their team. Villa want to have Snodgrass in their ranks and this would mean West Ham selling them. The Hammers should not stop the move as they have rarely used him and getting some money for him might help them.

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