West Ham will allow both Reece Oxford and Domingos Quina to leave on loan at the start of next season, according to the Daily Mail. The newspaper says Hammers boss Slaven Bilic wants both players to play regular first team football to aid their development.
Centre back Oxford has been out on loan at Championship playoff finalists Reading since January but he has featured just five times under manager Jaap Stam, with only two starts against Norwich City and Blackburn Rovers.
Quina meanwhile made his debut for the Hammers back in August, being given two cameo appearances in the Europa League qualifying ties against Slovenian side NK Domzale. Since then, the Portuguese Under 19 international has been an unused substitute on 12 occasions in the Premier League and FA Cup.
The midfielder has featured quite regularly for the club’s under 23 side, playing 13 times as the side were promoted to the Premier League 2 first division under coach Terry Westley.
The Daily Mail report that Oxford and Quina will be sent out on loan as early as possible this summer in order for them to integrate themselves at their new clubs for the start of the new season.