Slaven Bilic wants to bring in a number of new players to play immediate first-team roles meaning some of the younger talents may have to wait for their chance.

Two of those players are Reece Oxford and Domingos Quina, and the Daily Mail note that West Ham will allow the talented pair to leave the club on loan in the summer.

Both teenagers featured in the early rounds of the Europa League this season prior to the Hammers’ exit from the competition in the play-off round and have found opportunities in the first-team hard to come by since.

Oxford, who struggled with an ankle injury throughout the autumn and winter, has spent the second half of the season on loan with Reading but has made just five appearances as the Royals advanced to the Championship play-off final.

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Quina, a summer recruit from Chelsea, has spent the majority of the season in the U23 squad and has been nominated for the PL2 Player of the Year award following some fine displays.

West Ham view the pair as vital members of the first-team squad in the future but want them both to get some quality football under their belts.

Bilic wants the duo to secure loan moves in the near future so they can bed in at their new clubs and any deal will include a recall clause which the Hammers can activate during the winter transfer window.

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