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Snodgrass set to leave Hull in January after snubbing new deal

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Pin Snodgrass in action for Hull against Arsenal. AFP
Snodgrass in action for Hull against Arsenal. AFP

Snodgrass set to leave Hull in January after snubbing new deal

Liam Hanna by Liam Hanna @LiamPHanna - 0 584

Hull City winger Robert Snodgrass looks set to leave the club in January after he rejected a contract extension and owner Ehab Allam is likely to cash in on the player whose contract runs out at the end of the season.

The Scotland international looks set to be leaving Humberside after rejecting Hull's latest contract offer. Snodgrass' contract expires in June and Hull risk losing the winger on a free transfer if they can't tie him down to a new deal.

Snodgrass has rejected a three-year contract extension and while Hull have the opportunity to exercise a one-year extension, it appears that both parties may prefer to cash in on an immediate sale.

A number of clubs are thought to be interested in Snodgrass, with Middlesbrough, West Ham, West Brom, Sunderland, Aston Villa and Newcastle are all rumoured to be tracking the 29-year-old.

Snodgrass is likely to attract a transfer fee of around £4m, given a history of serious injuries and just six months to run on his contract.

The former Leeds and Norwich winger has been arguably Hull's best player in a difficult season, scoring seven goals in all competitions.

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