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West Ham United are reportedly in a fast-paced race to secure the signature of Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri, according to sources in Spain.

Sevilla’s need to raise funds before June 30th to meet financial regulations has triggered their decision to sell the Moroccan forward. This situation could present a golden opportunity for West Ham.

West Ham are reportedly willing to make a significant investment in En-Nesyri, with estimates suggesting they are prepared to offer between €20 million and €25 million to secure his services. This strong indication of interest could see West Ham jump the queue ahead of any potential competitors.

The potential reunion between En-Nesyri and West Ham’s incoming manager Julen Lopetegui adds another layer of intrigue to this transfer saga. The pair previously worked together at Sevilla, and this familiarity could be a key factor in convincing the striker to choose West Ham.

With both clubs seemingly motivated – Sevilla needing to free up finances and West Ham wanting to bolster their attack – a transfer agreement could be reached in the next few weeks.

The 25-year-old striker had a strong season with Sevilla, scoring 20 goals and providing 3 assists in 41 appearances across all competitions. This record highlights his potential value for West Ham’s attacking line.

A potential class act, go get him Mr Steidten !

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  • Jimbo says:

    Recall him when we played Sevilla in the Europa. Limited mobility and questionable work rate but decent in the air. Remind you of any strikers we recently spent fortunes on???

  • ResultsMatter says:

    I have watched dozens of games when he played for Sevilla. He is not a younger Cristiano Ronaldo, but he scores about 0.56 goals per game in La Liga. For that price I think he is cheap. He just needs a Manager that will keep him motivated. Lopetegui knows him well. Unless we want to spend big bucks, I don’t think we will find better for that price.

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