Coventry City target Nathan Trott is set to have his West Ham United future addressed, with the London club assessing loan offers for the goalkeeper, according to the Daily Mail.
Sky Blues manager Mark Robins has followed up his League One title win and promotion to the Championship with plentiful transfer business. Eight new faces have arrived at the club, with the likes of Gustavo Hamer arriving from PEC Zwolle and Ben Sheaf coming in from Arsenal.
After losing to Bristol City on the opening day of the league season, Coventry could look to bring in some more new faces before the transfer window closes, and a recent link to Trott has re-emerged.
With Coventry interested, it has now been claimed that West Ham have already decided that Trott will not be moving to the Championship outfit, with Robins said to be keen on him providing back-up for Marko Marosi.
The Sky Blues’ Championship rivals Derby are among the other clubs said to be interested in the 21-year-old, along with Doncaster Rovers and Shrewsbury Town.
The England Under-21 international has two years left on his contract at the London Stadium and offers from a variety of clubs are now being assessed by West Ham.
Whilst it would be a good move for Trott to join Coventry in the Championship, West Ham obviously want him to have first team experience and regular playing time in east London.
Therefore, it looks as if Robins will have to look elsewhere for fresh backup to Marosi as his first-choice ‘keeper.
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