After allowing goalkeeper Nathan Trott to play for Danish side Vejle BK on loan for a second season, West Ham United have now announced that they have let another stopper go out on loan, as Krisztián Hegyi has joined Sky Bet League One newcomers Stevenage for the entirety of the 2023/24 campaign.
Although the Hungarian international has never played a first-team game for the Hammers, he has been involved in their squads for a number of their European matches over the last two campaigns alongside Łukasz Fabiański and fellow youngster Joseph Anang.
He will hope to play the majority of first-team games for the Boro, who are under the guidance of Steve Evans, as he looks to gain valuable experience which hopefully will stand him in good stead for the future.
The 20-year-old has made forty nine appearances for West Ham’s Development Squad in total and now, he’s ready to take on the challenge of senior football ahead of his return to Stratford in 2024/25.
There may well be other deals happening both in and out of East London in the next few days, as soon as anything is confirmed, this site will keep its readers informed.