Sebastien Haller isn’t having a great time at Ajax currently, following his high profile transfer from West Ham in the winter market.

David Moyes allowed the striker to leave the Hammers, which then saw West Ham try and ultimately fail to bring in a replacement during January.

Haller’s life at Ajax started well but things have gone downhill since. Monday’s edition of De Telegraaf reports the player is ‘not happy’ yet with his lot at the Dutch club, and he’s still ‘upset’ over the administrative error which saw Ajax fail to register him for the Europa League.

Playing in European football will have undoubtedly been one of the big attractions for the 26-year-old when he agreed to leave West Ham and the Premier League, and the resentment that he isn’t able to do so is lingering.

Last week there were reports in the Netherlands that Haller’s attitude had also been causing a worry around the Eredivisie club.

Now there’s a new setback, with De Telegraaf reporting the ‘struggling’ player has tested positive for Covid-19.

That saw him miss Ajax’s match at the weekend, and he now has to hope he can recover quickly, get back on the pitch, and put all the issues behind him.