West Ham United are struggling in the summer transfer window, with Tomas Soucek the only permanent signing so far.
The sale of Grady Diangana has caused trouble at the London Stadium, with a number of youngsters also potentially ready to leave.
Mark Noble spoke out after the winger left, claiming the Hammers need to do better to keep hold of their brightest talents in the future.
The Daily Mail has reported that a number of clubs are interested in promising keeper Nathan Trott, who impressed at Wimbledon last season.
It is suggested that the Irons are considering a number of loan offers for the 21-year-old, but a permanent exit is not on the cards.
According to the reports, the Irons view Trott as their future number one with clubs in Europe also set to rival EFL sides for his temporary signing.
Derby, Doncaster and Shrewsbury are named as interested clubs, with the Hammers wanting Trott to be the first choice wherever he moves.
Trott faced 143 shots last season at Wimbledon and managed to save an impressive 110 of those, according to WyScout.
He was expected to concede 42.66 goals from his appearances, but he only let in 33 goals for Wimbledon, an exceptional effort for the Dons.
Lukasz Fabianski and David Martin are both coming towards the end of their careers, and this season could be the last chance Trott has to catch the eye before an opportunity opens up at the London Stadium – he must take it.
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