Sport Dispute over Haller transfer: West Ham owes Eintracht Frankfurt even EUR 24 million
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The English daily The Times has revealed a legal dispute between West Ham United and. Accordingly, the Premier League club refuses to pay for Sebastien Haller. As the reported on Friday, the outstanding amount is said to be around 24 million euros.
The transfer fees for players are paid in installments is common practice in football; especially because of the ever increasing sums that clubs demand for their most valuable professionals. It was never to be expected that Eintracht Frankfurt would receive 60 million euros for Luka Jovic and 50 million euros for Sebastien Haller in one fell swoop when both players a year ago played(Jovic) and West Ham United (Haller ) were sold.
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However, Eintracht has apparently been waiting for West Ham's next installment payment since May 15th. The Premier League club is said to have been unable to pay the six million euro installment. The trick is that the outstanding installment will be divided into additional installments.
Frankfurt had switched on FIFA, the world association in turn asked West Ham for an opinion. According to kicker, however, the legal situation is clear: because the corona crisis is not a reason for late payment, West Ham must pay the installment due.West Ham still owes Eintracht Frankfurt € 24 million
In contrast to the British Times, the specialist magazine reports a significantly larger amount that West Ham still has to transfer because the current rate is not the last. As reported, the SBU still expects the UK to make payments of EUR 24 million . It is open when the next transfer from London is to be expected.
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