Sevilla FC were well inspired to win over Osasuna last night. Thanks to this 2-0 success, the Andalusians take third place in Liga ahead of Barça and seem well on their way to a new qualification in the Champions League for next season. They have a comfortable mattress 7 points ahead of Real. While waiting for the end of the season, beaten in the first leg 3-2, they will first try to reverse the trend against Borussia Dortmund in the round of 16 second leg of C1. For this, they will count on Youssef En-Nesyri, their chief artilleryman.
The Moroccan is in great shape this season, evidenced by his 17 goals in 35 matches with his club in all competitions. At 23 and for his second season at the club, he is exploding even if success has eluded him a little for a month. Aware of holding in its ranks a new player who risks making the headlines in the transfer sections of the sports press in the coming months, after having cost € 20 million a year and a half ago, Seville is already developing a plan for the following, according to Estadio Deportivo.
Extend En-Nesyri to increase his departure clause
This winter Monchi has already refused an offer from West Ham of 33 M € including 5 in variables, but the proposals are likely to fuse this summer. While a € 80m departure clause exists in the striker’s current contract which runs until 2025, the Nervionenses are preparing an extension proposal that would suit everyone. On the one hand, En-Nesyri would see his salary evolve (he currently receives around € 1.5 million per season), and his club could increase this famous release clause for the summer transfer window.
It must be said that there is no shortage of courtiers, because according to the Andalusian press, West Ham intends to return to the charge, especially as the English club is playing for European places this season in the Premier League. The Hammers are far from the only ones in this file. Both Milan clubs, Borussia Dortmund, Liverpool and even Manchester United have an eye on him. The winner of the last Europa League is already rubbing his hands, especially as the club’s general manager, José María Cruz, has already announced that a big sale will be made in the next transfer window. Between Koundé and En-Nesyri, Seville has a choice.