West Ham face a stern fight on their hands to retain the services of a highly-rated youngster, as interest in his signature continues to rise.
The Hammers are at risk of losing Portugal U19 international Domingos Quina this summer after failing to agree a new deal with the 18-year-old, who has now entered the final 12 months of his contract.
Quina, yet to earn his Premier League debut with the east London side, is seeking first-team assurances if he is to remain in Manuel Pellegrini’s squad but could have his head turned by interest on the continent.
Sky Sports reports LaLiga champions Barcelona are the latest club to make an enquiry for the teenager’s services, joining the likes of Bundesliga duo Hoffenheim and Werder Bremen in the hunt, with West Ham reportedly ready to sell for £600k.
Quina is currently on international duty at the U19 European Championships and his performances have caught the eye after he netted a stunning goal against Italy.