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Hammers make move for striker – report

West Ham have made an initial move to sign Youssef En-Nesyri from Sevilla, according to a new report.

That is likely to be a familiar name, as he has been heavily linked with a move to the Hammers over the last two years.

En-Nesyri is currently playing for Morocco at the World Cup but Sevilla seem to believe that they would be better off without him; Spanish outlet Sport reports that they are in the market for a new centre-forward in January.

However, they need to raise funds if they are to do a deal and that has led to En-Nesyri being offered around.

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He has been reduced to a bit-part role this season, making just two starts in La Liga, but he has history of being prolific, and he scored 18 goals in the league in 2020/21. In 21/22, he scored five goals.

The Irons are said to have knocked on the door, which may mean that an enquiry has been made, but it doesn’t seem like a bid has yet been tabled.

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A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.

2 comments on “Hammers make move for striker – report

  1. A player who is totally out of form and not suited to the way we play. I believe he would a terrible waste of money.

  2. Just one other comment. This is another reason why Moyes needs to be sacked othereuse we will lose or see quality players like lanzini., Benrahma, Fornals leaving the club and this is not to mention the young players like ashby, divan and scarles. I still cannot work out why the board are not looking at all the important KPIs as they are all saying be should be sacked. Terrible board decision to give him more time when we all know he wont change.

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