March 26, 2024

Sources tell Football Insider that West Ham United will speak with backup goalkeeper Nathan Trott about a potential contract extension.


Trott, 25, has a contract that expires at the end of the current campaign, and it is thought that the Hammers have not made up their mind about him yet.


The goalkeeper has shown promise in his second season of loan at Vejle in Denmark.


For the team facing relegation, he has started every league game and kept five clean sheets.


West Ham is going to decide what to do with Nathan Trott.

In June 2022, Trott agreed to a two-year contract extension with the London club, with the possibility to add two more seasons to his stay.

Trott joined the Irons’ academy in 2016, but he has only played for them once as a senior: as a substitute in their FA Cup victory against Doncaster Rovers in January 2021.



He assisted Vejle in becoming the second-tier champions and being promoted back to the Danish Superliga after his loan there last season.


He previously had experience on loan with AFC Wimbledon in 2019 and Nancy, a French team, in 2021.


Since the 2020–21 season, when he was selected for ten Premier League matchday squads, he has not played a full season at West Ham.


Many of David Moyes’ team’s stars are set to leave this summer; players like Michail Antonio, Ben Johnson, and Vladimir Coufal are nearing the end of their contracts.


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Following their 1-1 tie with Aston Villa earlier this month, West Ham is currently ranked seventh in the Premier League standings (17 March).


After the international break, they will next play Newcastle United on Saturday, March 30.


In other developments, Mohammed Kudus was in advanced negotiations when the true cause of the collapse was discovered.

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