After weeks of being linked with a move to West Ham, Robert Snodgrass now looks set to swap Hull for Burnley.
It’s been reported today that the Clarets have had a £10m bid accepted by the Tigers for the Scotland international.
The deal would smash Burnley’s current record fee, which stands at just over £7m for Steven Defour from Anderlecht last summer.
West Ham have been frequently connected with the 29-year-old, while Middlesbrough and Bournemouth have been linked too.
It remains to be seen if any of those three clubs now put in a bid to match Burnley’s offer, with the Hammers as yet unwilling to go above £6m.
Snodgrass has been with Hull since 2014, after two impressive seasons with Norwich in the Premier League.
The winger began his career with Livingston, before heading south of the border to join Leeds in 2008.
It was at Elland Road where Snodgrass really came to the fore, with a serious of impressive displays and stunning strikes.
Dyche’s men are in Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round action this weekend, with the bookies making the Turf Moor outfit 4/6 favourites to defeat Bristol City.
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