Pellegrini sees no Irons future for midfielder

West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini has decided that on loan attacking midfielder Sead Haksabanovic  will not be part of the club’s future.

The £3 million signing – who wore the No 17 shirt for Montenegro in last night’s 7-0 hammering by England – will either remain on loan in Sweden with IFK Norrkoping, or sold to them or any other interested club making the right offer.

The player was initially eased out of the Hammers to Malaga but was moved onto Sweden when getting little match action at the La Liga Club.

Mario Husillos stepped in and organised a deal with the Swedish outfit where he has enjoyed a decent season before moving back to Rush Green at the end of their season.

But we are told by a senior source on e mail that the manager sees no future for him at the club and that he will either be allowed to retun to his present club on loan or sold.


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4 comments on “Pellegrini sees no Irons future for midfielder

  1. Of course not, he can run with the ball !
    Pellegrini does not like players who do that, tut tut.

  2. Made his senior debut for West Ham on 19 September 2017 by playing the opening 63 minutes in a 3–0 home win against Bolton and was the shining light in a mediocre display from the hammers. Why he was subbed is beyond me

  3. Quite apt because I see no future for Pellegrini at the club either.

  4. Is he seriously telling us that Sead is worse than Fornals?

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