West Ham United goalkeeper Nathan Trott’s deal expires in June and the Premier League side have an option to extend it for two more years.

Last week, Tipsbladet reported West Ham have exercised this option and intend to sell the 25-year-old, who has been on loan at Vejle Boldklub since 2022. also state West Ham have extended Trott’s contract until 2026, and provide the latest on his future.

The stopper’s displays for Vejle have caught the attention of FC Copenhagen, Brøndby and AGF, and ‘there will be a war’ between these clubs to try to sign the West Ham owned player.

Copenhagen are keen on signing a goalkeeper, considering Kamil Grabara is set to part ways with them. This has seen them focus on Trott and they are currently leading the transfer race.

Brøndby and AGF don’t seem to be as keen as Copenhagen. The former’s idea is to make an attempt for Trott if Patrick Pentz decides to leave.

Bold say the 25-year-old is expected to continue in Denmark, even though there’s interest from the Championship.

West Ham will be pleased to have renewed Trott’s contract because they plan to make a good profit from his sale in the next window. There’s no mention of their demand or the fee interested parties could offer.