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West Ham United are reportedly willing to sell youngster Domingos Quina with Barcelona interested.

Sky Sports has reported that officials from Barcelona were due to hold talks with West Ham over the weekend about a possible deal for the young Portuguese winger.

Sky reports that representatives of the Catalan giants travelled to Finland last week to watch the 18-year old in action for Portugal at the UEFA U19 Championships where Quina impressed.

Quina who has spent time in both the Benfica and Chelsea academies was coveted by the likes of Arsenal before signing a professional contract with the Hammers.

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The diminutive attacker has been dubbed a wonderkid but has only been sparingly dipped in and out of the first team squad in the last two years.

He failed to impress when handed a big chance in the Carabao Cup at Arsenal last season but his name was up in lights when he scored an amazing goal from near the halfway line for West Ham’s U23s against Leicester.

That earned him kudos but it didn’t get him any extra first team minutes.

And West Ham fans are confused for a number of reasons over the reported deal which could see Quina join one of the world’s biggest and most successful clubs.

Some feel that if he cannot force his way into the West Ham side then he cannot be good enough to succeed at the mighty Barca.

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Others feel it shows the club are not making the most of Quina’s talents if the likes of the Catalan giants are interested.

And many cannot get their heads around why West Ham would let a “wonderkid” go for a miserly £600,000, as reported by Sky Sports.

Here’s a selection of reactions from mostly West Ham fans on Twitter.

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