According to a report from Claret and Hugh, Sead Haksabanovic could still enjoy a future at West Ham.
The 20-year-old is currently on loan in Sweden with IFK Norrköping. And he has been in great form, racking up seven goals and eight assists in 31 appearances thus far.
He has racked up an incredible five goals and six assists in his last nine outings.
Haksabanovic joined West Ham from Halmstads in the summer of 2017 for around £2.7 million (Evening Standard).
He has barely featured for the Hammers, however, making just two appearances for the senior side, and playing only 70 minutes of football.
The four-capped Montenegro international was shipped out on loan to Malaga last season, where he also struggled for game-time
He has flourished since joining IFK Norrköping, however, and Claret and Hugh claims that Manuel Pellegrini and Mario Husillos are closely monitoring his progress.
If the attacking midfielder continues to impress in Sweden, there is no reason why he shouldn’t have a future at the London Stadium.
The 20-year-old is a very talented young man. The only major doubt hanging over him is whether he has the physical capabilities to succeed in the Premier League, however.
All he can do at the moment is work hard and produce the goods on the pitch. If he does that, he might yet have a big part to play for West Ham in the future.