Sebastien Haller has admitted that he felt “trapped” at West Ham after David Moyes arrived, but relived the manager of blame for his exit.Haller arrived in east London from Eintracht Frankfurt in the summer of 2019 for a club-record £45million. Then-manager Manuel Pellegrini convinced the Hammers to spend big to bolster the club’s front line.
Despite a fairly strong start under Pellegrini in the 2019/20 season with five Premier League goals and one assist, the Chilean manager got the sack.
And from there, Moyes installed Michail Antonio as his favoured No. 9. The 31-year-old has impressed as the main man up front under Moyes.
Haller, meanwhile, left West …