Sebastien Haller Untold Stories and Net Worth

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Sebastien Haller Untold Stories and Net Worth

True Facts about  Sébastien Haller

Full Name: Sébastien Haller
Date of birth: 22 June 1994 (age 24)
Place of birth : Ris Orangis, France
Height : 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)
Playing position : Striker
Club information : Eintracht Frankfurt – Number 9
Foot: right
Joined: Jul 1, 2017
Contract until: 30.06.2021

Youth Career
2003–2005
F.C.O. Vigneux : 2005–2007
Brétigny Foot : 2007–2012
2015 → FC Utrecht (loan)
2017 – Eintracht Frankfurt
National team: 2010 – France U16
2011 : France U17
2011–2012 : F rance U18
2012–2013 : France U19
2013–2014 : France U20
2013–2016 : France U21

 

Who is Sebastien Haller?

 

Sebastien Haller  was born in France to a French father and an Ivorian mother. Haller is a France youth international soccer player having represented his nation at every youth level. He played with the under-17 team at the 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup.

Sebastien Haller Club career

During the 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup, on 26 June 2011, Haller signed his first professional contract with Auxerre, agreeing to a three-year deal.

Sebastien Haller Untold Stories and Net Worth

Ahead of the 2012–13 season, he was promoted to the senior team by manager Jean-Guy Wallemme. Haller made his professional debut on 27 July 2012 in the team’s opening league match of the 2012–13 campaign against Nîmes.

Sebastien Haller – FC Utrecht

On 24 December 2014, it was announced that Haller was sent on loan to Dutch Eredivisie side FC Utrecht until the end of the season. At the end of the season it was announced that FC Utrecht had signed Haller. The supporters voted for Haller as the winner of the Di Tommaso Trophy 2015, Utrecht’s player of the year award.

Sebastien Haller – Eintracht Frankfurt

On 15 May 2017, Haller signed with Eintracht Frankfurt on a four-year deal.

Sebastien Haller – International career

Haller was born in France to a French father and an Ivorian mother. Haller is a France youth international having represented his nation at every youth level. He played with the under-17 team at the 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup.

Sebastien Haller – Net Worth

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.

Things you didn’t know about Sebastien Haller!

Haller was a France U21 teammate of fellow Bundesliga stars Benjamin Pavard and Corentin Tolisso, of VfB Stuttgart and Bayern Munich respectively. All three started the last time Haller pulled on the dark blue shirt of his nation – as did Paris Saint-Germain pair Adrien Rabiot and Presnel Kimpembe – in a 1-0 win over Northern Ireland at the UEFA European U21 Championship in 2015.

All except Haller went on to win full international recognition, with Rabiot the only one who didn’t make it to Russia. Without a senior cap, Haller remains eligible for Cote d’Ivoire, for whom he qualifies through his mother…

What they’re saying

“Bringing in Haller, obviously gives you a bit more strength up front. He can hold the ball up, he’s big, and he showed his quality today.” – Frankfurt midfielder Jonathan de Guzman after Haller’s point-saving contribution against Nuremberg.

“I always want to score goals, but I’m a team player first and foremost.” – Haller on his own game.

“A bulldozer couldn’t knock him over!” – Former Frankfurt and current Bayern coach Niko Kovac.

 

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