West Ham United attacker Martin Samuelsen is seemingly on the verge of leaving the Hammers on another loan.
The 21-year-old has been with West Ham since 2015, making the move to the London club from Manchester City.
The 6ft 2in ace has only made two first-team appearances for the Hammers, though, spending time out on loan at Blackburn Rovers and Burton Albion.
The West Ham fans have been on social media offering their views on the situation, with his long-term future at the London club extremely uncertain.
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It would be fair to say that the majority of the club’s supporters want Samuelsen to leave on a permanent deal as they feel that he will never be good enough to turn out for the first team.
A selection of the Twitter reaction can be seen below:
Looks like he was one of those super kid players that peaked early and never really progressed. When we signed him I was super excited Cos he had magical skills but doesn’t look like he’s ever gonna be a top level player
— Lee Sifford ⚒ (@lee_sifford) February 19, 2019
He’s had more than enough chances, has hardly got any games anywhere so they shipped him out to that VVV club who are in fact have some sort of sponsorship with West Ham but h can’t even get games there.
— Forever Boleyn (@ForeverBoleyn) February 19, 2019
Forgot all about this fella…
— ⚒ ???? ⚽️ (@1ammer) February 19, 2019
Why would we want to give a guy who cant get games at the mighty VVV-Venlo a chance? ???♂️
— Ross (@RossWoolward) February 19, 2019
Can’t be good enough so no
— Beardo (@Beardo4) February 19, 2019
Shown nothing to show he’s anywhere near ready.
— Paul (@PaulLuckhurst) February 19, 2019
He should leave permanently. I still have faith in him and i do think he will do good in the Eliteserien but he won’t get game time at West Ham and he is wasting his talents here. He might just be a late bloomer.
— Jake (@JKEY_37) February 20, 2019
If he’s not good enough for those clubs, he ain’t gonna cut it here, unfortunately! ?
— Peadar MacÍomhair (@bigpete1974) February 19, 2019