Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri is ready to attract a major transfer battle, with Man United, Man City, and West Ham United keen on his services. Buoyed by the success of Rafa Mir, it appears Los Nervionenses are considering a sale of their striker.
Their sporting director Monchi is aware of Morocco international’s high valuation, with many regarding him as a cost-effective alternative to Erling Haaland. As such, Youssef has no shortage of suitors, with the report naming three teams possibly in contention to snap him up.
These are all PL giants, including the Manchester clubs and this campaign’s surprise package, West Ham United. Formerly of Leganes, En-Nesyri is considered one of the best strikers in Spain, having enjoyed immense success since his move to Sevilla.
The 24-year-old striker has already registered 33 competitive goals to his name in only 87 games, with 18 of them coming during the 2020/21 La Liga season. During his time in the Spanish top-flight, the Moroccan striker has impressed the onlookers with his all-around game.
Standing at 1.89m, the African striker is particularly imposing in physical and aerial duels whilst boasting the ability to sniff out goalscoring chances in the final third. As a result, the Red Devils have already identified him as a possible alternative to Erling Haaland next campaign.
The same can be said for Man City, who may consider the African striker as a contingency option, should they miss out on their top targets, such as like Haaland and Kane next summer.