Sevilla Transfers Want 40 million euros
In an unusually quiet transfer window, West Ham have coming knocking on Sevilla‘s door in search of the services of striker Youssef En-Nesyri.
West Ham sold Sebastian Haller to Ajax for just over 20 million euros and as a result, are on the lookout for a new frontman.
Reports from The Athletic suggest that the Premier League club have made a bid worth 30 million euros for En-Nesyri which has been rejected by the Spanish club.
Sevilla are relaxed and know that January is not the ideal time to be looking for a new centre forward to go into their starting line-up.
That belief has been reinforced by the Moroccan’s form of late, scoring 12 goals already this season.
Negotiations continue as West Ham could return, and Sevilla may be tempted if a significant bid is received to allow for business to be done in the summer.
Such a fee, for West Ham to have their bid accepted, would have to be at least a fee of 40 million euros excluding additional variables, which would have to be added on, MARCA have learned.
If the deal isn’t done this month, it could be done in the summer, when the club will look to cash in on key players whatever happens.
En-Nesyri joined Sevilla for 20 million euros just 12 months ago from Leganes and Monchi‘s magic appears to have worked again with a profit on his sale looking likely if the club does cash in.