West Ham are reportedly ready to sell Scottish midfielder Robert Snodgrass, who they signed in January for £10million
Snodgrass has struggled to make a mark since his move from Hull City, making 15 Premier League appearances and failing to score.
The Mirror are reporting that Hammers boss Slaven Bilic is ready to cut his losses on the player, and is also open to offers for Sofiane Feghouli in a midfield shake up at the London Stadium.
They are reportedly keen to recoup the majority of the £10m fee they paid, but may have to take a loss considering he spent much of the second half of the season on the bench.
The Scot signed a three-and-a-half-year deal in January, and the Hammers beat off competition from Middlesbrough and Burnley. Premier League new boys Brighton could make a move to take him to the Amex.
Bilic is keen to improve his transfer dealings, and is understood to be interested in Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud.