West Ham wonderkid Domingos Quina is being monitored by a number of top Premier League clubs including Arsenal, according to Sky sources, after a series of eye-catching performances at the U19 Euros in Georgia.
The 17-year old joined West Ham from Chelsea last summer with Slaven Bilic promoting him immediately to the first- team squad, playing twice in the Hammers' Europa League qualifying campaign before the Premier League season began.
Sky Sports News HQ understands Arsenal offered a contract to the teenager before he joined West Ham and remain keen on the talented youngster.
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Like England, Portugal have progressed to the semi-finals of the U19 Euros and face Holland tomorrow, thanks to some impressive displays by the midfielder including a man-of-the-match performance in Portugal's 2-1 win against the Czech Republic.
In May 2016, he won the UEFA European U17 Championships with his international outfit.
Playing for West Ham's PL2 side, Quina scored a wonder-goal against Leicester City in the Premier League Cup, lobbing the goalkeeper from the halfway line in the 2-0 away win.
Injury ruled him out of the latter part of the last campaign, but his performances and development saw him awarded the prestigious Dylan Tombides Award for the outstanding player from West Ham's academy.