Three German clubs are reportedly eyeing a permanent deal for West Ham United youngster Reece Oxford, who made seven Bundesliga appearances last season.
West Ham United will reportedly sanction a permanent transfer for defender Reece Oxford amid interest from three Bundesliga sides.
The 19-year-old made seven outings in the German top flight during a loan spell with Borussia Monchengladbach last time out.
United are now prepared to sell the youngster for a fee of around £10m, and Sky Sports News suggests that Hannover, RB Leipzig and Eintracht Frankfurt are all in the running to sign him.
Oxford is expected to make a decision over his future in the coming days, with German clubs being given until August 31 to finalise their transfer business.
West Ham have spent close to £100m on new recruits during the off-season, pushing the England Under-20s international further down the pecking order.
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