Leicester City forward Harrison Myring is on trial with West Ham United.

After making 15 appearances for the Under-18s this season, including seven starts, Myring featured for West Ham’s youth team in a 3-1 defeat to Brighton on Saturday.

The 17-year-old was substituted off after just 42 minutes as Jack Collison’s side ended their season on a negative note.

Second-year midfielders Leon James and Dylan Bollard, as well as Myring, have been told that they are free to leave the club as their contracts will not be renewed this summer.

Former Manchester City defender Edward Elewa-Ikpakwu and Czech Republic youth international Lukáš Hušek have both been offered new deals and will progress to the Development Squad.

Jakub Stolarczyk and Justen Kranthove are both under contract until 2021.

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