The 18-year-old has a 12 months left on his contract on the London Stadium, and he is trying to assure constant first-team soccer
Leeds have made contact with West Ham in a bid to signal teenage midfielder Domingos Quina, based on reviews.
Quina, the Portugal youth worldwide, has performed for the Hammers since 2016, when he joined after three years in Chelsea’s academy system.
He shortly made two appearances within the Europa League, however after two full campaigns on the London Stadium he has featured in simply six matches.
Despite impressing for the Hammers’ Under-23 facet, and for Portugal at each youth ranges from Under-17 as much as Under-20, Quina has not been afforded the first-team alternatives he needs, and needs to ensure constant soccer to additional his growth.
And, based on the Mirror, Leeds are hoping to reap the benefits of this case by shifting to signal Quina this summer time.
It is reported that the Whites, who lately appointed Marcelo Bielsa as their new supervisor, have ‘made contact’ with West Ham over a deal for the 18-year-old, who has entered the ultimate 12 months of his contract on the London Stadium.
Newcastle are additionally named as having expressed an curiosity in Quina, although West Ham are unlikely to be keen to lose a participant rated as among the best prospects in Portuguese soccer.