With great hopes, Haller moved to East London, having impressed during his time with Eintracht Frankfurt.
West Ham may be forgiven for believing that they did not get maximum value for cash, despite the transfer not being a complete catastrophe.
With wide-man Michail Antonio ahead of him in the pecking order in that department of late, Haller never truly established himself as the Hammers’ starting no. 9.
At this point, both West Ham and Haller have seen it best to end the partnership, with Ajax confirming via their official website that they have completed a signing agreement.
On its official website, Ajax reveals that they have forked out EUR 22.5 million to sign Haller this winter, a healthy amount banked by West Ham that is planned to be reinvested this month.
West Ham will be grateful for the service of Haller, but equally grateful for keeping him out of their books. (edited) The