MANCHESTER UNITED and Liverpool are set to face competition from AC Milan in the race to land West Ham wonderkid Domingos Quina this summer.
Quina, 18, enters the final year of his contract this summer, with his first-team opportunities at the Hammers sorely hampered by their ongoing relegation scrap.
Now, some of Europe’s biggest names are set to pounce with a cut-price offer seemingly on the way, according to the Mirror.
Liverpool and United were seen to be leading the race to land Quina this summer.
But now, Serie A big-spenders AC Milan and Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund are set to battle the Premier League duo for the West Ham youngster’s signature.
Quina made his Hammers debut last season, aged just 16, in the Europa League.
Since then he’s gone on to feature in the Football League trophy, Carabao Cup and FA Cup – but is yet to make his Premier League bow.
Despite a comprehensive 3-0 win over fellow league strugglers Southampton at the weekend, West Ham sit 14th in the Prem, just five points ahead of Saints in 18th.
The Portuguese teenager kicked-off his youth career at Benfica, before moving to Chelsea in 2013.
Quina spent three years at the Blues before swapping West for East London – where he’s gone on to make just six senior, cup appearances.