West Ham goalkeeper Nathan Trott is on the radar of three clubs ahead of the January window.

According to a report by The Mirror, Manchester City and Manchester United are both watching Trott regularly.

And scouts from German side Red Bull Leipzig are also keeping their tabs on Trott’s development.

Contract situation

Trott has a year-and-a-half remaining on his current contract with the Irons.

West Ham are trying to tie Trott down to a new long-term deal. But while that remains unresolved, these three clubs are hoping to pounce.

Man City and Man United are hoping to use their club’s size and status to persuade Trott to leave East London.

And RB Leipzig offer a different route to stardom through the Bundesliga; one that young British players are growing less reluctant to take.

The Hammers rate the England under-20 international highly and will hope to have this new contract concluded before

Who is Nathan Trott?

Nathan Trott is West Ham’s first-choice goalkeeper at youth level. (Photo by Arfa Griffiths/West Ham United via Getty Images)

Born in Bermuda, the 19-year-old is a goalkeeper who represents England at youth level.

Trott is a regular for the England under-20 team and is set to feature during the international break.

He was previously part of the England under-19 squad who won the European Championships and he is the first-choice goalkeeper for West Ham’s under-23 side.

The talented teenager is also West Ham’s third choice goalkeeper for the senior side.

Should one of Lukasz Fabianski or Adrian suffer an injury, then Trott would make the bench for a first-team game.