West Ham also had a smiliar offer accepted later that day, while Middlesbrough - though Hull denied their bid had been accepted - made an offer totalling £10m, which was structured differently.
West Ham United and Middlesbrough have joined Burnley in agreeing fees for Hull City midfielder Robert Snodgrass with the Hammers emerging as favourites for the Scotland global, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.
The Tigers say the move is now down to the player and he has not yet gone for a medical at Burnley.
However, it is understood that Snodgrass will be viewed as a squad addition, rather than a key first-team signing, by the Hammers, while Burnley are keen to integrate the Scotland worldwide into the starting XI immediately.
The Scotland worldwide has been Hull's standout performer this season, scoring seven goals for the struggling club.
Snodgrass has been linked with several clubs during the window, with West Ham United and Middlesbrough having had offers rejected.
Whatever the destination, it does appear Snodgrass has played his final game for Hull.
Snodgrass has a host of suitors keen to try and steal him away from the KCOM Stadium, with the Scottish playmaker's deal with Hull expiring.
With David Gold and David Sullivan upping their original offer from a whopping £3million, they've clearly had to react fast as Burnley have swooped in late. But it's not only what I want. "Sometimes the players want different things", the Portugese coach said before the Burnley news broke.