West Ham midfielder Robert Snodgrass are in talks with West Brom.

The 33-year-old Scotland international is out of contract in the summer but is looking for West Brom to take over his current deal with the option of a further year, says the Daily Mail.

West Ham would then allow him to leave on a free and keep West Brom’s other domestic loan slot open.

A permanent move for Snodgrass would retain manager Sam Allardyce’s remaining loan slot available for another signing this window, after Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher joined the Baggies on a season-long loan in September.

Snodgrass has made six appearances for West Ham this season and is deemed surplus to requirements at the London Stadium.