Goalkeeper agrees permanent switch

  • by Staff Writer
  • Wednesday, 19th June 2024

West Ham United reserve goalkeeper Nathan Trott is set to join FC Copenhagen on a permanent basis.

The Bermuda-born stopper has spent the last two seasons in Denmark on loan, where he was representing Vejle Boldklub.

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And having returned to England at the end of his latest loan spell last month, the Hammers after the club triggered a two-year contract extension.

However KUMB understand the 25-year-old, who has spent the last eight-and-a-half years with The Irons has now agreed to join Copenhagen on a permanent basis.

The deal is reported (by Danish news outlet Bold) to be worth in the region of €2million.

Trott, who failed to make a single senior appearance during his time in east London will effectively replace Polish 'keeper Kamil Grabara, who has been sold to German side Wolfsburg.

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