The Premier League is returning for En-Nesyri: 2 clubs want to sign him in the summer

West Ham and Wolves are keeping an eye on the situation of Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri, according to recent reports. The Spanish club has started talks about extending the contract of the Moroccan player, whose current contract with Sevilla ends in the summer of 2025.

With 11 goals and 2 assists in 28 appearances this season, En-Nesyri has proven his prowess on the attacking front. This outstanding performance has caught the attention of several clubs, including Wolverhampton and West Ham, who are looking for reinforcements for the position.

Wolverhampton are looking to strengthen their offensive line under the leadership of Gary O’Neil and see En-Nesyri as an ideal complement to their key players such as Matheus Cunha and Hee-Chan Hwang. West Ham, for their part, under the leadership of David Moyes, are in search of a top striker who will allow them to maintain their competitiveness in the Premier League and continue their solid season.

For En-Nesyri, a possible move to English football would be an exciting opportunity to prove himself in a highly competitive league. With interest from clubs such as West Ham and Wolves, the Moroccan striker could face a major decision about his future in the upcoming transfer market.

Although Sevilla are currently negotiating a contract extension, the possibility of a transfer still exists. En-Nesyri’s final destination will depend on both the Spanish club’s decisions and the offers that could come from clubs interested in the Premier League.

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