Half Europe sighs for En-Nesyri

The goals of Youssef En-Nesyri in their best season in the elite are drawing attention in Europe, where big clubs are considering making an offer to the Seville, which already rejected a West Ham proposal last January that the footballer, with a salary that was double what he receives in the Andalusian club, also rejected.

Now, according to the English press, Manchester United and Liverpool are closely following the evolution of the Moroccan international, author of 17 goals this season, 13 in the League and 4 in the Champions League. But they are not the only powerful teams that are waiting for the Sevilla player, since in Italy both Inter and Milan have him on their agenda and Borussia Dortmund, Sevilla’s rival in the round of 16 of the highest continental competition, I’d be willing to bet on him in the very likely event that his star Erling Haaland makes it out on the next transfer market.

Sevilla is clear that if the player is released it will be for a significant amount. Monchi invested 20 million euros in the Alawite footballer just over a year ago from Leganés. The Andalusian club rejected in January 30 million euros by West Ham, an offer that the sports director himself described in a very peculiar way. “I am not going to say that it is a ridiculous offer, but it is far from what we think,” the one from San Fernando came to say. The forward’s termination clause is 80 million euros and in those amounts, Sevilla would be willing to part with a forward who right now, at 24, can be considered a diamond in the rough due to his conditions of speed, power in the race and its improvement in definition. In addition, he has the clear profile of a Premier forward.

En-Nesyri’s goals are coveted in Europe