Robert Snodgrass could continue to wear a claret and blue shirt come the start of September, according to the bookmakers.
Following the news that the Scotland international is surplus to requirements at the London Stadium, SkyBet have made Aston Villa the odds-on favourite to sign the 29-year-old.
After a summer full of question marks over his future in east London, the club finally confirmed yesterday that he will be allowed to leave either on a permanent basis or on loan.
Despite moving to the club for just over £10million at the end of January, Snodgrass will depart after only 15 appearances for West Ham since moving from Hull City.
Sunderland manager Simon Grayson has confirmed this morning that the Black Cats are interested in the winger, while a number of other clubs, both in the Premier League and Championship, are said to be eyeing up a move.
SkyBet have installed Villa as the odds-on favourite at 10/11 to complete a deal for the player inside the next fortnight.
Celtic are next in line at odds of 5/1 to bring the player back to Scotland, while Newcastle United, who host the Hammers next weekend, are 6/1 to sign the former Hull man.
Swansea are 10/1 to sign the player to replace Gylfi Sigurdsson, with Burnley and West Brom priced at 14/1 and 16/1 respectively.
Although Grayson has revealed his interest in his former player, Sunderland and Leeds, Snodgrass’ former club, are both a long shot at 25/1 to complete a deal.
Snodgrass is 9/1 to remain at West Ham once the transfer window closes at the end of the month.