West Ham are getting positive signs that Youssef En-Nesyri wants to join us from Sevilla this summer.

Dharmesh Sheth told the Sky Sports Transfer Show last night that West Ham are trying to sign Youssef En-Nesyri from Sevilla in the summer transfer window, and the early indications are very positive for David Moyes and co.

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The Hammers boss is desperately on the hunt for a new striker who actually fits into his system at the London Stadium.

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Sebastien Haller and Gianluca Scamacca both failed to do just that, but En-Nesyri seems like the perfect man for the job.

And the Moroccan could well be keen to move to the London Stadium…

West Ham have just been dealt a major Youssef En-Nesyri boost

According to Sky Sports, West Ham are getting positive signs from En-Nesyri’s camp that he wants to join us this summer.

It was recently claimed that the Hammers were closing in on a deal to sign the 26-year-old Sevilla striker.

This move to sign him comes after the forward rejected us on two occasions in the past.

West Ham have just been dealt a major Youssef En-Nesyri boost
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It seems like En-Nesyri is now ready to take the plunge though and move to the London Stadium.

That’s great news for us – the Morocco international is absolutely ideally suited to Moyes’s system at West Ham.

The 26-year-old is a hard-worker, a willing runner, is very strong in the air and is accomplished at holding up the ball with his back to goal. He has been described as a ‘brilliant’ striker by Sport Mob.

If West Ham manage to sign Youssef En-Nesyri this summer, I reckon we’ll be in very good shape this season and beyond.


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