BY RICHARD CAWLEY
AFC Wimbledon are interested in a loan deal for West Ham goalkeeper Nathan Trott.
The Dons are in the market for a stopper after Aaron Ramsdale, a huge hit in the second half of the last campaign, returned to AFC Bournemouth.
And Trott is available to go out on loan after the Hammers agreed a deal for Millwall’s David Martin, who joins them when his contract expires on July 1.
West Ham chairman David Gold tweeted: “Just to confirm we have signed goalkeeping David Martin – son of Irons legend Alvin – on a free transfer from Millwall.
“His arrival will allow us to send promising youngster, England youth international Nathan Trott, 20, out on loan next season to gain first-team experience.”
Trott is an England U20 international. He signed a new deal in March until 2022.
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