West Ham United have been one of the busier Premier League clubs in the summer transfer window.
Since Manuel Pellegrini was appointed as manager, the East London outfit have recruited seven new players.
Felipe Anderson is the most recent face through the welcome gates, while Jack Wilshere and Andriy Yarmolenko have also signed up.
Understandably, the majority of transfer news surrounding the Hammers has been in relation to incomings, but a story has now emerged about a possible departure.
According to Sky Sports News, Barcelona have contact West Ham about the availability of youngster Domingos Quina.
The report claims that the Premier League outfit are prepared to sell for around £600,000 as the teenager is in the final year of his contract.
It is believed that Werder Bremen and Hoffenheim are also interested in the attacking midfielder, who joined West Ham from Chelsea in 2016.
Supporters have been giving their take on the situation, and there have been a mixture of views.