West Ham United record signing Sebastien Haller is set to be the subject of a new web television series.
Haller signed for a club record £45million in the summer and has been a big hit with West Ham fans.
The powerful French forward has three goals and as many assists in six appearances so far.
Haller is targeting a call-up to the France national team as the Euro 2020 finals looms on the horizon next summer.
Hammer gets his own web TV series
And the £120,000-per-week ace (Forbes) certainly seems to be spiking an interest in his career back in his homeland.
That’s if a new web TV series is anything to go by.
French TV company Canal Plus has announced a new web series entitled Haller Anglaise.
The show, which was announced on Canal’s social media accounts and re-posted by Haller himself on Twitter, ‘follows in the steps’ of the West Ham striker and his new life in the Premier League.
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A Guy Ritchie-esque trailer for the series shows Haller waking up in his London apartment, brushing his teeth and then getting changed into his West Ham kit in the dressing room, being interviewed by a reporter and finally jogging down the London Stadium tunnel towards the pitch.
“Haller Anglaise”: the new web-series on Canal Plus in the steps of Sebastien Haller in the Premier League soon available on My Canal,” the TV company posted on Twitter and Facebook.
Its ON 🔥🎥 https://t.co/8vcjENSTYZ
— Sébastien Haller (@HallerSeb) September 30, 2019
It is not yet known when the series begins, or whether it will have English subtitles.
But no doubt it will be worth a watch for Hammers fans to get to know their quiet but effective new hero a touch better.
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Haller was instrumental in West Ham’s 2-2 draw at Bournemouth last time out.
His brilliant control and lay-off provided the assist for Andriy Yarmolenko to put the Hammers 1-0 up.
And his superb hold-up and link play kept West Ham in the game as they secured a very good point thanks to Aaron Cresswell’s 74th minute equaliser.