A HOST of clubs are monitoring West Ham youngster Emmanuel Longelo ahead of a potential summer move.
The full-back, 21, made his Hammers debut in the Europa League last year against Dinamo Zagreb.
However he has struggled for first team chances since with that being his only first-team appearance.
Therefore the starlet looks set to leave East London.
Clubs across the Premier League, Championship and in Scotland are keeping tabs on the situation.
Bournemouth who are in the market for a left-back following promotion and Europa League finalists Rangers are keen on him.
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Interest at Ibrox depends on the future of Calvin Bassey, who has been linked with a move to Aston Villa.
Championship side Millwall and the Scottish Premiership's Hibernian are also tracking Longelo.
A move to Nottingham Forest was considered in January but a deal never materialised.
Despite Steve Cooper showing interest previously, it's not expected that they will move for Longelo this summer.
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West Ham boss David Moyes is keen to sign a left-back himself but is on the lookout for a player to come in and replace first choice Aaron Cresswell.
Longelo is not considered to be at that level yet and given his desire to play senior football on a regular basis, a move away would suit all sides.
Bologna's Scottish international Aaron Hickey is someone under consideration for West Ham but face competition from Arsenal.
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