Saudi Cash Threatens West Ham’s En-Nesyri Pursuit

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West Ham United‘s hopes of a swift start to the transfer window under new manager Julen Lopetegui have been challenged by the emergence of rival interest in striker Youssef En-Nesyri. Apparently Al-Hilal from the Saudi League have made enquires according to Besoccer

A clear shift in transfer strategy is now evident at the Irons. Lopetegui, along with Tim Steidten, is actively pursuing targets and aiming for fast deals, marking a contrast to David Moyes’ previous approach.

West Ham have identified En-Nesyri, the Moroccan striker at Sevilla, as a perfect fit for their system. However, their pursuit is complicated by competition from Aston Villa and, more concerningly, Saudi clubs known for their vast financial resources.

The 26-year-old boasts a stellar record, having netted 72 goals in 193 appearances for Sevilla, averaging over a goal every three games. Including his international goals, En-Nesyri has an impressive tally of 112 goals. He is known for his aerial dominance, tireless running, and clinical finishing – qualities highly sought after by West Ham.

West Ham must act swiftly to secure En-Nesyri before their competitors. The financial muscle of Saudi clubs presents a significant challenge, making the race for En-Nesyri’s signature a tense one for West Ham fans

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  • Kip says:

    Here we go

  • PesdaHammer says:

    Groundhog Day with West Ham just like every other transfer window, we never learn, bargain basement and loans at the end of the window once again. It’s no wonder none of the top players want to come to us.

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