Sevilla Set to Sell Star Striker

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Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri appears destined to leave the Spanish club this summer, with reports suggesting his sale is a priority due to Sevilla’s financial situation. West Ham United have emerged as the frontrunners to secure his signature.

Sevilla, grappling with balancing their books, are prepared to offload some of their prized assets. En-Nesyri, a prolific goalscorer with 20 goals in the last season, finds himself at the forefront of potential departures.

En-Nesyri’s availability has ignited a feeding frenzy among Premier League clubs, with Sevilla signaling their openness to negotiations. While an official price tag is yet to be set, Transfermarkt estimates a €20 million transfer fee could be enough to land the Moroccan striker.

This news has been met with particular enthusiasm by both Tottenham and West Ham, who have long been admirers of En-Nesyri’s talents. West Ham, under manager Julen Lopetegui, who previously managed the striker at Sevilla, are particularly keen on a reunion.

The potential sale of En-Nesyri is part of Sevilla’s strategy to generate funds for a squad rebuild. With En-Nesyri’s contract expiring in a year, Sevilla might face pressure from Premier League clubs attempting to secure a bargain. However, the Spanish club is holding firm, hoping to receive fair market value for both En-Nesyri and their other sellable players.

With Sevilla seemingly open to offers, En-Nesyri’s departure appears imminent. Whether Tottenham or West Ham will make a concrete bid remains to be seen, but both clubs see him as a valuable addition to their attacking ranks, potentially sparking a bidding war for the coveted striker.

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  • Matt says:

    How many times have you reported this same transfer news now? Genuinely think you are just another click bait merchant.

  • Hammers54 says:

    Yeah totally agree all this nonsense going on and on something positive please I’m not taking anymore notice until its confirmed coyi

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