West Ham United look set to sign Sebastien Haller this summer.
German club Eintracht Frankfurt have announced on their official Twitter page that they have reached an agreement with Premier League outfit West Ham over the transfer of Haller.
It has been announced that the 25-year-old striker will now undergo a medical in London before signing a contract with the Hammers.
According to Sky Sports, West Ham will pay Frankfurt a transfer fee of £45 million in order to secure the services of Halle in the summer transfer window.
Former Frankfurt centre-forward Fjortoft has given his take on Haller on Twitter, and he believes that the ex-France Under-21 international striker will be a good signing for West Ham.
Haller made 23 starts and six substitute appearances in the Bundesliga for Frankfurt last season, scoring 15 goals and providing nine assists in the process, according to WhoScored.
The striker also made nine starts and one substitute appearance in the Europa League for the German outfit last season, scoring five goals and scoring three goals in the process, according to WhoScored.