According to reliable West Ham insider EXWHUEmployee, Hammers striker Jahmal Hector-Ingram has offers on the table. Hector-Ingram is expected to make a decision on his future in the coming days.
West Ham have offered the youngster fresh terms to extend his stay at the club. But Hector-Ingram could move on instead. A few clubs have made offers to the striker and that includes League Two outfit Crawley Town.
The Irons hope that Hector-Ingram chooses to stay in East London. However, he might decide to drop down the leagues in search of first-team football.
Does Jahmal Hector-Ingram have a future at West Ham?
Hector-Ingram is a local lad – born in Upton Park – and he has been at the club from a young age. He has steadily progressed through the ranks but struggled to step up to U23 football last season.
The 20-year-old played 17 games in the Premier League 2 last season but only found the net once. With that goal tally, he is unlikely to convince Manuel Pellegrini to promote him to the senior squad.
In November, he turns 21. So this is a make-or-break season for him. Hector-Ingram should probably seek a move away to a club that will give him game time at senior level.