ExWHUemployee has claimed that West Ham United goalkeeper Nathan Trott is imminently set for a loan move to Norwegian side Tromso.

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The 22-year-old has been on the Hammers’ bench five times this season and made one substitute appliance in the FA Cup.

Trott is highly rated at the London Stadium.

He has made 60 appearances for West Ham’s under-23’s side and has let in 97 goals whilst keeping 17 clean sheets in the process (Transfermarkt).

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Trott is clearly behind Lukasz Fabianski and Darren Randolph in the goalkeeping pecking order at the London Stadium.

David Moyes obviously doesn’t think that the young stopper is ready to be playing regular Premier League football.

ExWHUemployee claims Nathan Trott is set for West Ham exit

A loan move away from West Ham would surely be the correct move for Trott.

ExWHUemployee has claimed that is exactly what might happen.

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The Hammers insider suggests that the 22-year-old is imminently set to link up with Tromso. The proposed loan deal will depend on Trott’s ability to gain a work permit, however..

The Norwegian transfer window is open until April 1st. So if Trott is willing to move to Tromso on loan and he passes the work permit criteria, there is no reason why this move won’t happen.

And hopefully regular football in Norway is exactly what Nathan Trott needs as he continues his footballing development.

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