Newcastle and Spurs target Sebastien Haller has revealed that ‘money isn’t everything in football’ as transfer talk continues about his future, according to The Mag.
The Frankfurt striker has been on top form in the Bundesliga so far this term, and has netted eight times and assisted seven times.
This, of course, has begun speculation about his future in Frankfurt. However, the striker has revealed that money is not everything in football, meaning that he could stay at the German side.
Any club wanting to buy Haller would also have to pay a premium, and much more than the £6 million Frankfurt paid for him last Summer to buy him from FC Utrecht.
Newcastle would have to break their 14 year old transfer record if they wanted to sign the striker, and with Mike Ashley wanting to sell the club, this could see any deal collapse.
Also, with Frankfurt sitting in fifth place in the Bundesliga, they would be reluctant to sell their prized asset.