So with the likes of Norwich, Newcastle, Stoke and West Brom all sniffing around Leeds United starlet Robert Snodgrass, the Yorkshire club have slapped an £8m price tag on his head according to The Sun.
The Metro have pointed out that Norwich are the side that keep reoccurring where the Scottish international is concerned, but are believed to be reluctant to meet the £8m fee.
The Yorkshire Evening Post also reported Norwich have previously had a £3.5m bid knocked back, as Paul Lambert see’s the 23 year old as a would-be perfect addition to his squad, as Snodgrass offers versatility operating from either flank or playing just off the front man… two position where the canaries lack options.
The Elland road fan favourite netted seven times in 41 outings last season, in a campaign that looked promising for Leeds, but they failed to have enough in the tank as they approached the final months.
His work rate, effort, ability, versatility and assists have not gone unnoticed and it may be a struggle to fend off teams like those above. I’m sure keeping hold of the Scot is priority for Simon Grayson as they will look to reinstate themselves back into the top flight for the first time since 2004.
He would certainly be an asset to any of the clubs mentioned. The case continues…
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