West Ham United will have to ‘throw the house out the window’ to sign Youssef En-Nesyri from Sevilla this month.
The Hammers are on the hunt for a new striker after selling Sebastien Haller to Ajax earlier this month.
David Moyes has confirmed he wants another player in the role, preferably one who can add pace to his team, and seems to have settled on Sevilla’s En-Nesyri.
West Ham have already seen €33m deal rejected by the La Liga club, who are divided on whether to sell this month or hold out for a higher price in future.
Estadio Deportivo provide an update on the transfer today and say West Ham will have to go all out if they are to convince Sevilla to sell.
They explain that En-Nesyri’s excellent form, he scored another hattrick today to take him clear at the top of the La Liga goalscoring charts, is further convincing Monchi to hold onto the striker until the summer when a sale will be necessary to balance the books.
West Ham, who have seen a €33m bid, including bonus objectives, rejected have not ‘thrown in the towel’, though.
They are trying as hard as they can to get their man and have made it clear they are willing to go to €40m to get a deal over the line.
In reality, however, they will have to ‘throw the house out the window’ and get close to En-Nesyri’s release clause if they are convince Sevilla to sell at this point in time.