According to ExWHUemployee, via Hammers News, Glasgow Rangers were interested in Robert Snodgrass before his expected move to West Bromwich Albion.
Gers wanted Snodgrass
Snodgrass is on the verge of a move to the Baggies, with Sam Allardyce even commenting on what he could bring to his side.
However, it seems he could have made the switch to the Gers or Celtic, as both were interested in his signature according to the reliable West Ham insider. The Scotland international has seemingly opted to stay in the Premier League instead.
If this is true, Steven Gerrard and Ross Wilson will be disappointed they were unable to convince him to move to Ibrox. The 28-cap man has 98 goals to his name, with him having played 163 times in the Premier League as well.
The £3.6m-valued 33-year-old (Transfermarkt) has plenty of experience to his name and, although he is without a single trophy, he could have had a massive influence with the 54-time Scottish champions as they look for a first piece of major silverware since 2011 this term.
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Now, though, he is within touching distance of a move to the Midlands, meaning that Wilson and Gerrard will have to go back to the drawing board as they look to strengthen their squad this month.
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