Claret and Hugh claims that West Ham will certainly lose a load of money on Sebastien Haller and Felipe Anderson if and when they decide to sell the duo.
Anderson, 27, joined the Hammers in the summer of 2018 from Lazio for around £35 million plus potential add-ons (Sky Sports).
Haller, meanwhile, moved to the London Stadium for around £45 million from Eintracht Frankfurt a year later (BBC).
The 26-year-old has failed to deliver, however. Much Like the Brazilian winger.
And it seems as though the duo now face uncertain futures at West Ham under David Moyes. It is clear to see that the Scot is not a big fan of either Anderson or Haller.
And Claret and Hugh have claimed the Hammers would almost certainly lose a lot of money if they decide to sell the Brazilian and the Ivorian.
West Ham just have to accept that fact, however. Not only have Anderson and Haller been dreadfully poor over the past 12 months or so but the recent global health crisis has also had a huge effect on the transfer market.
If the east London outfit managed to get £20 million for each player they would surely have to take it now. Having said that, it would still represent a £40 million loss. And that would be a bitterly disappointing blow to stomach for the club’s owners.
Cutting their losses may be the only option, however. Who knows how much more the respective values of Haller and Anderson could continue to drop? It’s a frightening thought.