Antonio Nocerino’s stay with Ac.Milan was characterized by the Italian midfielder having to spend more time on the sidelines of the squad than on the actual playing grounds which is one of the main reasons on why he was offloaded to West Ham United on January, as he was transferred to the Premier League club on a loan deal which will last until the end of the current season.

The Ac.Milan player has often expressed his desire of remaining with West Ham United but it is unknown if Clarence Seedorf is willing to offload Nocerino despite not being given the chance to work and play alongside the Italian performer.

At his 28 years of age, Nocerino still has a few more seasons left in him and a few seasons ago he showcased to the world what he is capable of doing with consistent performances alongside Kevin-Prince Boateng as they became standout performers for Ac.Milan before both of them left the club.

The breakthrough performances from attracted the attention of the Bundesliga and eventually Boateng was sold to Schalke 04 and Nocerino was sent on a loan deal to West Ham United where he is currently performing.

Nocerino wants to extend his stay with the Premier League club but West Ham remains undecided if they want to renew and turn the Ac.Milan loanee into a permanent player of the club.

The career of Nocerino has seen him switching from Juventus to a number of different lower league division clubs such as Avellino, Messina, Placenza, Crotone and Catanzaro but it seems as if he has struggled trying to find a place where he can play on a permanent and consistent basis instead of just being loaned out.

Nocerino has also played and represented Italy on a few occasions and he will be hoping to be taken into consideration for the upcoming World Cup.