Photo by Michael Campanella/Getty Images

West Ham reportedly set to receive Sead Haksabanovic windfall

West Ham United could be in line for a £1.5 million windfall if Sead Haksabanovic ends up joining Rubin Kazan from IFK Norrköping according to a report from Expressen.

Read also: Huge boost for West Ham with German club reportedly forced to sell £18m Moyes target

The 22-year-old joined the Hammers from Halmstads way back in the summer of 2017 for around £2.7 million, according to the Evening Standard.

The youngster struggled to establish himself at the London Stadium, however. He made just two senior appearances for the club. And failed to register either a goal or an assist.

The Montenegro international has enjoyed a successful spell since joining IFK Norrkoping initially on loan last season, however.

RONALDO NEEDS TO STOP WHINING.

Photo by Michael Campanella/Getty Images

He eventually joined the Swedish club on a permanent deal in June.

Haksabanovic has racked up 21 goals and 25 assists in 76 games for IFK Norrkoping (Transfermarkt).

West Ham to receive Sead Haksabanovic windfall?

The 22-year-old play-maker is closing in on a £5.1 million move to Russian outfit Rubin Kazan according to a report from (Expressen).

Photo by Filip Filipovic/MB Media/Getty Images

The Hammers are believed to have inserted a 30% sell-on clause into the deal they made to sell the Montenegrin to IFK Norrkoping last year (Expressen).

So if the 22-year-old does make the move to Rubin Kazan for £5.1 million, West Ham would receive roughly £1.5 million.

Read also: West Ham player not short of offers according to his agent

In these troubled times, that kind of windfall would be a real boost for the Hammers.

LOGIN to Comment
LOGIN to Comment