West Ham United owe Eintracht Frankfurt €24m for Sébastien Haller

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    Eintracht Frankfurt have turned to FIFA as Premier League club West Ham United have refused to pay an installment of almost €6 million for Sébastien Haller, which was due on May 15.

    According to Kicker, West Ham United owe Eintracht a total of €24m for the Frenchman, who moved to the Premier League outfit last summer for €50m.

    Per the report, West Ham officials contacted Eintracht before the payment was due, to state that they were unable to pay the fee.

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