“Suffering too much”: Club’s sale to West Ham is viewed as a partial failure

In the most recent transfer window, Edson Lvarez left Ajax and completed a move to West Ham United.

The Mexico international, who has made six appearances for the London club this season, has been able to build on his recent success with the Eredivisie team.

AS in Mexico examines Mexican players that switched teams over the summer, including the new West Ham player.

The focus here is not on the Hammers but how his former club are struggling this season and AS partly believe it’s because of the 25-year-old’s sale to the Premier League side.

Ajax have endured a difficult start, managing one win from five games and are currently 14th in the table, two points above the relegation zone.


It’s claimed the Dutch club, who have been challenging for domestic competitions over the years, have ‘suffered too much’ this season without Álvarez’s presence.

The outlet insists Ajax’s ‘complicated’ situation suggests their decision to sell him to West Ham has clearly not worked out well for them.

David Moyes’ side, on the other hand, wouldn’t be too concerned about what’s happening at Ajax and will be delighted to have added a quality player to their squad.

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