Ivory Coast international striker Sebastien Haller has required to Twitter to break his silence following his departure from West Ham United.
The 26- year-old signed up with Dutch heavyweights Ajax the other day for ₤2025 million– around half of the club-record fees the Hammers parted with for his signature 18 months earlier– on a four-and-a-half-year deal.
Haller ended his time with West Ham with 14 objectives in 54 video games in all competitors, and it isn’t a particularly excellent return for a striker who commanded a ₤45 m fee.
David Moyes’ side will now seek to bring in a replacement prior to the January transfer window shuts, and it’s safe to say Haller won’t be missed.
The French-born striker will now want to show himself at Ajax, and he has required to social networks to state his bye-byes:
I would like to tx everyone 4 their assistance & assistance throughout this journey. I would liked to get more success but these are part of a football profession. I wish to all the finest #COYI ⚒ pic.twitter.com/q0FUfMJ2qX
— Sébastien Haller (@HallerSeb) January 9, 2021
The former Eintracht Frankfurt hit man bagged 33 objectives in 77 looks for the Bundesliga side, ending 2018-19 with 15 league objectives and nine helps– a goal participation bettered just by Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski’s 29.
Nevertheless, Haller could not adapt to the needs of the English top-flight, and some West Ham players were apparently annoyed by what was viewed to be an indifferent method.
The Ivorian struggled to adapt with how supervisor David Moyes desires his strikers to play, and an exit was the very best escape for both parties.
Michail Antonio sets the tone from the front for the whole team, but Haller doesn’t have that work-rate in him, which didn’t do him and the club a lot of good.