West Ham’s vast array of transfer business this summer has attracted plenty of attention but it is outgoing deals that could become the main focus in the coming weeks.
The Hammers face a fight to retain the services of one of their most highly-rated youngsters as Domingos Quina, who has caught the eye for Portugal’s U19 side recently.
18-year-old Quina has entered the final 12 months of his contract at the London Stadium and is seeking first-team assurances if he is to pen a new deal.
West Ham are desperate for the teenager to commit to a new contract in east London but ExWHUEmployee has revealed on Twitter that his agent is touting his services to other clubs.
It depends on what his agent wants to do unfortunately! His agent has been touting him to other clubs https://t.co/DDewAsAmDa
— ExWHUemployee (@ExWHUemployee) July 20, 2018
Signed from Chelsea’s youth ranks in 2016, Quina is yet to make his Premier League debut for the Hammers but has featured in the Europa League in 2016 – the club’s first ever match at the London Stadium.
The signing of Jack Wilshere this summer, alongside West Ham’s continued push for further midfield additions, may leave Quina set for an exit.