ExWHUemployee has claimed that Nathan Holland could leave West Ham United on loan in the next few days.

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The Hammers insider suggests that Oxford United and Hull City are leading the way for the 22-year-old’s signature.

Holland has recently returned to full fitness after a suffering a serious injury whilst on loan with Oxford United.

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Nathan Holland (Photo by Rob Newell – CameraSport via Getty Images)

He was really impressing with the League One outfit before being forced to miss the rest of the campaign.

ExWHUemployee thinks loan exit is on the cards for Nathan Holland

Holland has been working hard behind the scenes to get back to full fitness.

It seems as though he will be given limited chances to impress David Moyes at the London Stadium this season, however. If there is one area where the Hammers are very well stocked it’s in the left and right-wing departments.

A loan move away from West Ham would surely make sense for the 22-year-old.

 

And ExWHUemployee has claimed that is exactly what might happen.

The Hammers insider suggested that Holland could leave on loan within the next few days, with Oxford United and Hull City leading the race for his signature.

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Nathan Holland (Photo by Ben Pooley/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

The former Everton starlet is at an age now where he just needs to be playing regularly. It’s a crucial time in his career. Is he good enough to make it at the highest level or not?

We will only find that out by watching him play week-in, week-out.

And a move to either Oxford or Hull would suit Holland down to the ground. It’s time for Moyes to see what he’s all about.

If the 22-year-old impresses in the lower leagues, he may well be given a chance at West Ham next season. If he struggles, however, it will be a great indication for the Hammers that he isn’t quite good enough.

The jury is still very much out on Nathan Holland. And only time will tell whether or not he has a future in East London.

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