West Ham modified their minds over a deadline day mortgage transfer for his or her attacking prospect Domingos Quina, simply moments earlier than it was because of undergo.
The 18-year-old was all set for a short lived change to League One outfit Scunthorpe United, report the Each day Mail. Nonetheless, West Ham’s recruitment group – led by Tony Henry – pulled the plug on the deal as a result of the Hammers wished Scunthorpe to pay a ‘substantial’ mortgage payment for Quna.
Having solely featured for the primary group in Carabao Cup video games this season, the Portugal Beneath-21 worldwide is alleged to have had his coronary heart set on the transfer as a way to get common first-team soccer.
Quina signed for West Ham again in 2016, following his launch from Chelsea. He made his debut within the Europa League in July of the identical 12 months however has since discovered first-team alternatives onerous to come back by.
The proficient attacker, who poses loads of aptitude, has represented Portugal at Beneath-17, Beneath-18 and Beneath-19 degree. He was a part of the Portugal group that gained the UEFA Beneath-17 European Championships again in Might 2016.
Except for Quina’s aborted mortgage transfer, West Ham’s deadline day outgoings that did undergo included
Recruitment chief Tony Henry, who blocked the mortgage transfer, has been suspended by West Ham