West Ham Urged To Secure Nathan Trott

October 18, 2018

West Ham is being urged to secure the long term services of Nathan Trott, as reports are circulating that other clubs may be interested in the Bermudian goalkeeper, who recently earned another cap for the England U20 squad.

Jay Williams, writing for ‘Moore Than Just A Club’, states, “West Ham youngster Nathan Trott is being watched. Clubs are regularly scouting the young goalkeeper and West Ham must ensure that they do not lose him.

“Sorting out a new contract for the Hammers starlet should be a priority for the Irons. And here is why.

“According to The Mirror, Trott is attracting attention from a host of clubs. Premier League giants Manchester United and Manchester City are both keeping their tabs on the young Hammer. And German Bundesliga side Red Bull Leipzig are also hoping to poach him from West Ham.

“The Bermuda-born goalkeeper came to West Ham in 2016 and is highly rated by the club. But the East London outfit face a battle to keep Trott amid growing interest from other sides.

“The reason clubs are circling around Trott is due to his current contract situation. Other teams have been alerted to the fact that the England under-20 international only has a contract until summer 2020.

“West Ham are trying to get Trott to sign a new deal but his future remains up in the air in the meantime.

“Trott has the potential to become the future number one at West Ham and the Irons cannot afford to lose him to one of the Manchester clubs.”

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  1. William Graham says:

    A move to one of the Manchester Clubs would would be a bad career choice at this moment. He is presently under the eye of the England under 20 coaches/scouts. If he moves to one of the Manchester Clubs he will be like a lot of other very good players and either spend a lot of time on the bench or get loaned out to another club At least with West Ham he is being noticed.
    W.John Graham