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Surprise Change of Direction on Sevilla Striker

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Much like the Swallow being seen as the first sign of Spring. The opening of any transfer window is not complete without mention of Youssef En-Nesyri!

It now appears pursuit of Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri appears to have hit a snag, according to Spanish outlet Mucho Deporte. Reports suggesting a close to ÂŁ21 million deal seem premature.

The publication claims West Ham are “moving away” from their interest in the 27-year-old Moroccan. This surprising turn of events is attributed to manager Julen Lopetegui seeking a striker with a “different profile” than En-Nesyri.

While alternative options undoubtedly exist, the shift in focus is unexpected considering En-Nesyri’s perceived suitability for Lopetegui’s system. I think we all thought that En-Nesyri would have been an ideal fit.

The identity of the new striker target remains unknown, but speculation suggests names like Dominic Solanke and Ivan Toney, although their availability and affordability might pose challenges.

One thing’s for certain: West Ham’s striker search has taken a new direction, leaving fans curious about Lopetegui’s next move in bolstering the London Stadium attack.

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  • D.f.butcher says:

    It seems we rushed and signed that Brazilian moosh , now we seem to be struggling to get our grips on someone , there seems to be as usual names bouncing about everywhere without an end product, let’s hope the hype of all change isn’t a dead duck?

    • Kip says:

      Yup ..and Simon don’t give 2 ****s ….but here we are commenting….totally agree ..not one story has come true from him ..and there have been 5[or 6 a day 🙄

  • Auslander says:

    I used to think this site was a good source of news. Now all it publishes is clickbait garnered from the web!

    • Ray Stewart’s Right Peg says:

      Completely agree. Hugh seemed to have decent sources within the club, now this place is like an aggregator of stories elsewhere online.

      Furthermore, no idea the fascination with what Phillips may or may not do. He wasn’t a West Ham player, he was a Man City player who played a few games for us. I really couldn’t care what’s happening with him now.

  • Alan says:

    ‘The opening of any transfer window is not complete without mention of Youssef En-Nesyri!’ – Well you certainly struggle not to! Just the 27 posts so far. All of which talk a lot without actually saying anything. Look forward to tomorrow’s offering.

    Are you capable of posting anything that isn’t just a regurgitation of posts from other clickbait sites?

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