Chelsea's Domingos Quina confirms West Ham move, posts photo signing Hammers contract

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West Ham appear to have completed a deal for Chelsea teenager Domingos Quina.

West Ham United appear to have another new signing in their ranks, with teenager Domingos Quina confirming his move on Instagram today.

The Hammers completed a deal for Valencia forward Toni Martinez on Friday afternoon, and reports suggested that Quina wouldn't be far behind.

The Daily Mail reported on Saturday that Quina had agreed a move to West Ham, despite receiving interest from the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.

16-year-old Quina started out his career with Portuguese giants Benfica, before joining Chelsea back in the summer of 2013 as he looked to become a rare youngster to step up into the Chelsea first team.

However, Quina is allegedly sceptical of his chances of breaking into the Chelsea side in the future, and has decided to leave Stamford Bridge.

Now, with a move to West Ham reportedly all but done, Quina has taken to Instagram to confirm his move to join Slaven Bilic's move, posting a photo of himself signing his West Ham contract.

A pacey and skilful playmaker who has been a regular for the Portugal youth teams despite being born in Guinea-Bissau, Quina looks to have an exciting future ahead of him - and fans will be hoping that he becomes a first-team star for West Ham in the future.


Happy to enjoy @whufc_official family Now time to work thankgod

A photo posted by Domingos Quina (@dquina8) on


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