West Ham chairman David Gold wishes Martin Samuelson luck in loan move

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The Norwegian is set to play with Peterborough United until January.

West Ham chairman David Gold is one of the bigger tweeters when it comes to football chairmen. He co-controls West Ham with his good friend and long time business partner David Sullivan and last night he took to twitter to confirm ab outgoing loan deal for one of the club's summer signings and wish him luck in his move.

Young Norwegian Martin Samuelson has headed out on loan to League One side Peterborough United until January.

The 18-year-old midfielder joined up with The Hammers in the summer from the academy at Manchester City, where he had impressed.

Samuelson has impressed in the West Ham under-21s and he has even made his first-team debut for West Ham - playing against Birkirkara in the Europa League

Now he will be hoping to impress with The Posh - a team he scored against in a pre-season friendly back in July.

The Norwegian youth international will now be hoping to impress enough to get some more first-team football for West Ham as the season goes on.

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