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West Ham transfer target rated best in Europe

West Ham transfer target Youssef En-Nesyri has been rated the star man in Europe by WhoScored.com

The website said “After 9 goals in his last 7 LaLiga starts, Youssef En-Nesyri is the star man in Europe’s top five leagues right now, using our form weighted ratings”

1st Youssef En-Nesyri – 8.29  2nd  Filip Kostic – 8.27  3rd Alexander Isak – 8.15

David Moyes is set to re-ignite his interest in Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri this summer, according to reports.

The 23-year-old, valued at over £35million, was the subject of an offer from West Ham club last month – although the bid was rejected.

Moyes later admitted interest and a bid to reporters adding no deal had been concluded.

West Ham’s initial advances were thought to be around a £22m bid with substantial add-ons

The Morocco international joined Sevilla for £18m from Leganes just over 12 months ago, having signed a five-and-a-half-year deal.

En-Nesyri and his agent said the player was unwilling to leave Sevilla during the middle of the campaign but hinted he maybe be open to a move away in the summer. En-Nesyri progressed through the youth ranks at Malaga before leaving for Leganes in the summer of 2018.

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2 comments on “West Ham transfer target rated best in Europe

  1. it would be an amzing coup to sign him in the summer but his form is commanding a lot of attention and i fear he will be drawn to “bigger” clubs…whatever that means now. this “big six” rubbish continues despite it being a fallacy. only a 4, if you ask me: Liverpool, City, Chelsea and Man. U. Spurs and Arsenal don’t cut it and it’s an insult to Leicester who’ve been up there for a few good years now and they have the money to compete. Everton and Villa are now in the mix and if our board gets it right, so too we can be. COYI ⚒

  2. Yes. Bring it on. In order to attract top players, though, we must ensure that they’re joining a club which is ambitious.
    That’s why I find it difficult to understand our why we didn’t take a striker on loan during the January window.
    This season we have our best opportunity in years to qualify for Europe. Let’s hope we have enough quality to get us there.

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