The trip marks the beginning of an almost four-week long European tour in the build-up to the start of the 2017/18 Premier League campaign, with another training camp scheduled in Germany from July 24 to August 2, followed by a final warm-up friendly against Manchester City in Iceland on August 4.
Irish goalkeeper Darren Randolph posted a video on his Instagram story with Snodgrass taking a seat next to him on the flight to Austria this morning amid speculation the wideman could be on the move.
Snodgrass has been linked with moves to Sunderland, Sheffield Wednesday and Brighton & Hove Albion this summer as he struggled to adapt to life in east London.
He signed for £10m from Hull City in the January transfer window but failed to score in the second half of last season, with the Hammers reportedly listening to offers for his services this summer.
But for now at least, Snodgrass is part of Blic’s plans for the training camp as the whole squad – minus Jose Fonte – jetted off to the continent.
Manuel Lanzini also joined up with his teammates after he was given an extended break back home in Argentina following his international involvements this summer for his country.
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