Tottenham Hotspur pushing to sign Youssef En-Nesyri

Tottenham Hotspur are very keen on having Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri in their squad ahead of next season.

According to Santi Ortega via Sports Carousel, Tottenham want to reinforce their attack on a priority basis in the upcoming transfer window. Sevilla’s Youssef En-Nesyri is quite high on their wishlist and they are pushing hard to land him at the club.

En-Nesyri made the move to Sevilla back in the winter of 2020. He has been an important part of their first team over the years and of late the Moroccan international has been doing wonders for them.

In the recently concluded season, the 27-year-old found the back of the net on 20 occasions and also had three assists in his 41 outings. While he has been a consistent performer for them, En-Nesyri could soon be making a move away from the club.

His current contract runs out in a year and he doesn’t really seem interested in signing a new deal. The 27-year-old reportedly wants a new challenge and Tottenham are the ones ready to hand him an opportunity to move to the Premier League.

Spurs keen on signing En-Nesyri

Spurs did cope well without Harry Kane in the 2023/24 season. Despite not signing a replacement, Ange Postecoglou managed to get them back to Europe. But, the former Celtic manager is now desperate to have a new number nine to lead his attack.

He wants someone who can add goals, and have a physical presence and En-Nesyri is one of the players they have been monitoring for some time.

People at the North London club feel the 27-year-old could help bolster their attack and help them take the next step under the Australian manager. As a result, they have been working hard to land the Moroccan international at the club.

They are pushing to take him to England in the upcoming transfer window. Meanwhile, Sevilla seem to be ready to cash in on him. With just a year left on his deal, they are unlikely to risk losing out on him for free. As a result, they are aiming for a figure close to €30 million to sanction his departure, something that Spurs can surely afford.

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