West Ham are setting up for a wealth of changes as they look to fight back from a disappointing start to the Premier League season, starting with this weekend’s clash against Watford.
The Hammers slipped into the bottom three prior to the international break, which saw Slaven Bilic sacked and David Moyes appointed as a replacement, and the Scottish boss has plenty of work to do over the course of the coming months.
Changes are likely to be afoot in January, though many fans are hoping that young players on the fringes get their chance. Should they fail to do so, it seems there’s plenty of Premier League suitors ready to make a move.
According to The Daily Mail, scouts from unnamed sides within the top-flight were in attendance to watch Domingos Quina in action for the Portuguese U19 side, as they defeated Spain 2-1.
Quina featured in the Europa League qualifying rounds for West Ham last year but is yet to make his Premier League debut for the Hammers and could get that chance in January, with Moyes’ side reportedly considering a loan move.
The 17-year-old would certainly benefit from a spell out on-loan and it could work wonders for the Hammers in the long-term.