West Ham striker Sebastien Haller heading to Amsterdam to seal £23m Ajax move as David Moyes lines up replacement for £45m club-record signing
- Sebastien Haller has flown over to Holland to seal a £23m move to Ajax
- The striker only joined Hammers 18 months ago for club-record fee of £45m
- David Moyes is lining up a replacement for the Ivory Coast international
- Bournemouth striker Josh King could fit the bill after struggling for game time
West Ham striker Sebastien Haller has flown over to Amsterdam as he closes in on a £23million move to Ajax.
Haller, who only joined the Premier League side 18 months ago for a club-record £45million fee, has scored just three league goals this season.
The Hammers therefore face a £22m loss on the player they signed on a five-year deal from Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Frankfurt in the summer of 2019.
Ajax are closing on in West Ham’s Sebastien Haller (L) as David Moyes eyes a replacement
Haller enjoyed two seasons in the Dutch Eredivisie with Utrecht between 2015 and 2017, scoring 51 times in 98 games.
With Haller allowed to depart the London Stadium, Sportsmail understands David Moyes is lining up an immediate replacement.
Bournemouth striker Josh King could fit the bill after struggling for game time at the Cherries this campaign.
The 28-year-old, who has entered the last six months of his contract, has fallen out of favour after he made it clear he wanted to leave the club.
West Ham had a £13m offer rebuffed in the summer transfer window and face competition from Premier League rivals West Brom.
Sportsmail reported earlier this week that Bournemouth have been open to bids but adamant they would not sell any of their assets on the cheap since their relegation last season.
Bournemouth striker Josh King could fit the bill after struggling for game time at the Cherries
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