News The signs are about separation

The signs are about separation


eintracht or England, Europa League or Premier League? Very likely that West Ham United secures the services of Sébastien Haller. The Eintracht striker has been on the table for decades on the island. And at the beginning of the week, when the Frankfurt football team moved to Quartier am Thunersee in Switzerland as part of its summer training camp in Switzerland, Haller said: "In football, you never know what will happen. There are no offers at the moment. "

Ralf Weitbrecht

A few days later, the situation was quite different. The adviser to the 25-year-old attacker apparently made a breakthrough. Accordingly, the stormy Frenchman could join the London club for a transfer fee of around 40 million euros and a corresponding exit clause – and in return for his appearances in the Premier League with a sumptuous annual salary of six million euros. Money that Eintracht has not been prepared to pay, Sport Board member Fredi Bobic has always emphasized. After all, it was important not to break the salary structure of the Frankfurt professionals. But would not Haller be a case for a significant increase in compensation?

Stay or take the chance?

Adi Hütter has a premonition of what advertising Haller could be like. "If there are and should be offers, the player must finally decide whether he wants to stay with Eintracht Frankfurt or take the chance to go into another league," said the Eintracht coach. Although Haller was contractually bound until June 30, 2021 to Eintracht, and the club could deny him quite the release. But Hütter knows the mechanisms of the market only too well and knows: If a courted player wants to switch to another club, this will usually be so. "It's the player's decision."

At the sporting end of the nearly week-long training camp in the Swiss mountains, the Eintracht presented on Friday evening in comparison to the 1: 5 debacle against Young Boys Bern in a much better shape. And Haller was one of the Frankfurt player personalities for which 1800 spectators had come to the Biel Arena. He showed once again his goal scoring when he with a powerful and precise header the Lucerne keeper Marius Müller did not give a chance (17th minute). After Daichi Kamada (8th) and Gonçalo Paciência (71st) scored the goals to beat Idriz Voca (44 ') in a thrilling 3-1 win, Hütter explained why he did not find the change-hearted Haller on the field Bank and thus protected from possible injuries: "I try to make the player one or the other tasty. Sébastien has a clear goal, "said Hütter about the planned leap into the Premier League to England and predicted," There's still a bit of water flowing down the Main until it's finally fixed. "

(tagToTranslate) Sébastien Haller (t) Adi Hütter (t) Ante Rebic (t) Fredi Bobic (t) Premier League (t) UEFA Europa League (t) West Ham United F.C.


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