West Ham has been in the sights of FIFA for several days. The international body has indeed received an official complaint from Eintracht Frankfurt regarding the transfer of Sébastien Haller (26) reveals the Evening Standard.
In question, the Hammers’ refusal not to pay a draft of 5.7 million euros to the German club as agreed when the transaction was finalized. This payment, which was to take place on May 15, was blocked by the London club following a contractual dispute.
FIFA has confirmed to the British media that an investigation is underway following the complaint by Eintracht Frankfurt. Author of seven achievements in twenty-seven appearances this season in the Premier League, the French striker had landed in England last summer for more than 45 million euros.
West Ham says for its part that this financial dispute will be resolved soon. It remains to be seen what FIFA thinks about it …