West Ham could be tempted to sell Sebastien Haller this summer, according to ExWHUemployee, and some Hammers fans have taken to Twitter, reacting angrily to the speculation.
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The 25-year-old joined the Hammers from Eintracht Frankfurt in the summer of 2019 for around £45 million (BBC).
The Frenchman has really struggled to settle at the London Stadium, however.
He has scored just seven goals in 29 games for the Hammers (Transfermarkt).
In truth, however, Haller just hasn’t been given enough support. It is clear to see that the 25-year-old performs to his best ability when paired with another striker.
And he has only been afforded that luxury on a handful of occasions this season.
Haller has won an average of 7.6 aerial duals per game in 27 Premier League outings this season (Who Scored). So if the French ace was played alongside another forward – one who possessed real pace, he would undoubtedly be a bigger threat than he has been so far this term.
ExWHUemployee confirmed on Wednesday, however, that Haller is one of seven players who David Moyes could move on this summer.
And some West Ham fans have reacted furiously to those claims on Twitter…
Wtf a player that has been so neglected. What a joke.
— Hammer93 (@Hammer_1993_) May 8, 2020
this makes me mad. would be an absolutely ridiculous decision
— Stephen George Lott (@stephenlott) May 10, 2020
Gold blocked me.He won’t stop the tide !West Ham are coming for them.The asset stripping is about to begin .They will then sell what’s left for a pittance then they will be off.They got what they wanted ,a hefty stake in Upton Gardens.We sold our ground for a their greed.
— Farehamhammer (@FarehamHammer) May 8, 2020
Bad move. Should keep him
— Adam Leatherbarrow (@ADAMC1R) May 7, 2020
— Lucas (@whuIucas) May 7, 2020
Haller would have had a much better first season in English football had West Ham actually played to his strengths, like in Germany, instead of leaving him isolated for months on end. Only West Ham could sign a marquee striker and then avoid playing to their strengths every game.
— Josh Verrills (@WestHamJoshV) May 7, 2020
lmaooooooo PLEASE don’t do this
— connor brooks (@connorbroooks) May 3, 2020
Pls be a fake rumour
— Jack Dooley (@jackdooley1999) May 3, 2020
Imagine if this happens, such a backwards club at times 🙄
— _C⚽️ (@__Caulaywhu) May 3, 2020