The French striker who currently plays in the Bundesliga is a target on Rafa’s list of recruitment’s as he plans to add attacking reinforcements during this seasons up and coming January transfer window.
Having being linked previously with a move to Newcastle back in 2016, Sebastian Haller opted with a move to Germany rather than England, leaving the Netherlands club FC Utrecht with an impressive record of 45 goals in 73 appearances.
Haller is in fine form having found the net 10 times in 17 appearances this season and his form has caught the interest of multiple Premier League scouts; Newcastle and Spurs.
But recently he spoke to media in an interview about these transfer rumours.
He suggested that he is happy playing at Frankfurt and the level of football that they are playing is why he is ultimately staying with the German outfit this season despite interest from the Premier League.
“What I definitely know at the moment: I’m in Frankfurt – and here I feel very good,” he admitted. “The Europa League also contributes to this. She has already given me great moments and memories.” “Yes I would be happy [to stay here for rest of season].
However, when asked about a potential move to Newcastle United in the future?
“It depends on the possibilities that arise,” he said, when quizzed on English interest. “I would never go to the Premier League just to play there. It has to make sense to me and it has to be the right time for me.”
Sebestian Haller won Goal of the year award.