Eintracht Frankfurt striker Sebastian Haller will reportedly turn down a big money move to the Premier League this summer.
According to the publication from German newspaper SportBild, West Ham United and Manchester United have both been linked with a move for the Germany-based striker.
West Ham United are the first and only Premier League club to make an offer for the 25-year-old.
The aforementioned report stated that the Hammers have made a €40m offer to sign the player who scored 20 goals and 12 assists in all competitions for Eintracht Frankfurt last season.
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It was also revealed that West Ham United will be turned down by the player who is holding out for a Champions League club.
Sebastian Haller was the perfect strike partner for Luka Jovic last season but the Serbian is no longer at the club following his €60m move to Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid.
The Frenchman could be a direct replacement for Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku who has been linked with a move to two of the Italian Serie A clubs.
Inter Milan and Juventus have been linked with a summer move for Lukaku.