A swap deal involving West Ham United midfielder Pablo Fornals and Sevilla forward Youssef En-Nesyri could be on this summer.

According to a report from AS, West Ham could include Pablo Fornals in a bid to sign Youssef En-Nesyri in the summer transfer window.

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The 27-year-old Spaniard is allegedly wanted by Sevilla this summer in a £17 million deal.

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And West Ham want to sign the Morocco international for around £27 million.

Now it seems like Hammers boss David Moyes could explore a swap deal involving the two players…

West Ham swap deal reportedly could be on imminently

Spanish publication AS reckon that Fornals could head out to Spain this summer, with En-Nesyri moving in the opposite direction.

If we offer Fornals to Sevilla in addition to roughly £10 million, I think that could be a good deal for the Hammers.

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As much as I love the Spaniard, he will be out of contract at the London Stadium next summer, and his value will plummet from here on out.

En-Nesyri is exactly the kind of striker we need at West Ham, and he will suit Moyes’s system perfectly.

If Mohammed Kudus is a transfer target, it must mean that Fornals is no longer wanted at West Ham.

And moving him on to Sevilla to help facilitate a deal to sign En-Nesyri would certainly make sense.


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