Haller Backs Rice To Become 'A-List's And Concedes To Dissatisfaction Over West Ham Flop



The Ivory Coast global striker is frustrated with his return in England yet expects a previous partner at the London Stadium to flourish.


Sebastien Haller is anticipating that Declan Rice should turn into a "elite player" in the years to come, with the Ivory Coast global disappointed that he won't be at West Ham to observe that improvement.


The flexible 22-year-old is as of now well on his approach to arriving at the highest point of the game, with the skipper's armband taken on at the London Stadium while acquiring 13 covers for England.


Huge cash moves have been mooted for Rice, in the midst of discuss revenue from Chelsea and Manchester United, with Haller among those expecting the aggressive midfielder to turn into a genius entertainer of the advanced time.


Haller, who left West Ham for Ajax in January, told talkSPORT of his previous colleague: "He can turn into a top notch player, I'm certain.


"He has everything. He's still truly youthful, he's actually solid and a decent chief.


"I can without much of a stretch say that during my time at West Ham he was one of the two most significant parts in the group.


"The solitary thing I can wish is that he turns into an elite player, since he has the potential."


Having been delivered by Chelsea at 14 years old, Rice selected to attempt his karma across London at West Ham.


He has ventured out of their foundation framework to turn into a senior star, with 137 appearances taken in for the Hammers since making his presentation in May 2017.


David Moyes sees the adolescent being a critical piece of his arrangements for a long time to come, with their no goal to sell with respect to those in the East End, and further global acknowledgment is normal heading towards World Cup qualifiers and the deferred European Championship finals.


The 26-year-old frontman joined West Ham from Eintracht Frankfurt for £45 million ($63m) in the late spring of 2019, however left only year and a half later for a large portion of that expense as Ajax dipped in to prise him away from a forgettable spell in England that conveyed only 14 objectives through 54 appearances.


Haller has said of that experience, with many thinking of him off as a major cash flop: "I feel disappointed in light of the fact that it resembles I left without completing something.


"At the point when individuals are discussing the sticker price each day, they are standing by consistently for something for this cash. They expect considerably more from you than another person."

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