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Hammers respond to Haller Bundesliga offer

West Ham have been reported as rejecting a crazy bid by Hertha BSC to take Hammers striker Sebastian Haller back to the Bundesliga.

The former Eintracht Frankfurt front man – a £45 million buy last summer – has been told he will be remaining at the London Stadium assuming an offer the Hammers can’t refuse is made.

But according to some reports Hertha could only offer a loan deal although the Hammers have told us that was not even on the table and had it been would have been thrown straight back at the German outfit.

As reported by ClaretandHugh some days ago the Irons are ready to hold onto Haller in the hope that he can find serious form and bring his value close to what the club paid for him.

90min claim Hertha’s offer of a two-year loan was also scoffed at by West Ham but our insider said there had been no approach at all and there would have been zero chance of a loan deal being done anyway.

He said: “We’d like to loan Harry Kane or Jamie Vardy and would have as much chance as Hertha or anyone else loaning Haller.”

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

5 comments on “Hammers respond to Haller Bundesliga offer

  1. I don’t think Hertha Berlin are outrageous in their bid because I think our financial vulnerability is there for all to see.
    Who knows where it’ll come from, but I’d settle for a decent left-back and a good centre-half right now, because with no one coming in….we’re bang in trouble.
    I would even settle for new owners of this club who have money to spend!

  2. Looks like our bid to sign a centre back from Brighton’s reserves has failed too

    As well as missing out on an attacking target to crystal bloody palace

    Still if we manage to sell a few players we donmt want for about 10%!of what we paid we may be able to loan in a striker that hasn’t scored in three years and just had his leg amputated

    Next level ladies and gentlemen

  3. Still no news on the missed installment payable to Frankfurt?

  4. Haller is the future If he can stay fit and focused for a whole season and not turn into another Andy Carroll

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