Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri is ‘wanted by’ West Ham United in the winter market.
That’s according to Mundo Deportivo, who explain Morocco’s success at the World Cup has seen En-Nesyri and Bono end up in the orbit of other clubs.
Regarding the 25-year-old, the report details West Ham’s failed efforts in the past and also his struggles this season.
That didn’t stop the forward from representing his country in Qatar, where he impressed for the Atlas Lions. En-Nesyri has a market in the Premier League and the Andalusian club are of the belief he will not lack offers in the next window.
Mundo only tag the Hammers in their report. It’s explained ‘West Ham is still there’ in the picture. Along with the London club, others could be added to his suitors list.
Sevilla are aware they have a rough diamond at their disposal. If they were to receive an offer in excess of €40m, he could leave the club in January.
With Moyes an admirer of the player, West Ham are now told the fee they will have to bid to sign En-Nesyri.