West Ham have put winger Robert Snodgrass up for sale less than five months after his move from Hull, according to the Mirror.
With Hull one of the favourites for relegation halfway through the season, Snodgrass elected to ditch the Tigers and join West Ham having been one of the Premier League's top performers, scoring seven goals and contributing three assists.
However, his form at the London Stadium has been disappointing, managing just two assists in 15 Premier League matches, and he now looks set to leave the club as West Ham manager Slaven Bilic looks to reshape his squad after a disappointing season.
West Ham eventually finished 11th after flirting with relegation and their signings have been criticised, with Jose Fonte yet to show the form that made him such an important player for Southampton, Sofiane Feghouli scoring just three goals and Andre Ayew struggling with injuries.
Snodgrass is eager to stay in England's top flight, so moves to Championship sides
The Seagulls will look to add Premier League experience to their squad, with the club appearing in the competition for the first time ever in their history, but they would have to cover Snodgrass' wages of £50k-a-week.
Having paid £10m for the Scotland international in January, Snodgrass started just eight games after the move from Hull and the Stratford side have since realised the 29-year-old is not of the required quality.