The En-Nesyri dilemma
Despite his scoring production (18 goals in the League, 24 in total), an important offer would be seen with good eyes in the Seville
ANDl Seville He has not finished the season and will try, in the last two days, to improve his classification (which means more income) and even try to qualify for the next Spain Supercup. Despite this, the general lines of the course have come to an end and that moment is beginning to sit down and see what will happen next year, that is, what squad will Sevilla have to take that small step forward, which has left him on the edge of all the disputed competitions. Transfers and sales. Sales and transfers. In a market so scarce of funds, the priority will be to know what capital gains the club can obtain in transfers (it needs to sell to balance accounts) and there appears the figure of Youssef En-Nesyri.
Many glances are on Jules Koundé as the main sevillista claim. And so it is. Another issue is that there are enough competitors in the market to reach the price that the Andalusian club considers acceptable to let him go. Only the Premier presents itself as a true economic force, although the emergence of the madridista Varane in the market (even Sergio Ramos with the freedom card) can alter the course of events. In Nervión they know that the French central defender is not the only one with clubs following in his footsteps, as was demonstrated in the last winter market En-Nesyri, when the West Ham slipped an offer of 40 million. It was not the time to sell or the right amount. It’s time to see who wants the Moroccan.
At Sevilla, obviously, they are satisfied with the forward’s performance. Or more than that, even surprised. Their 18 league goals (no penalty) have placed him as one of the great scorers of the season in Spain. And above it has the virtue of scoring the goal that opens or unblocks victories. He has given Sevilla up to 19 points with his goals. An atrocity. However, there is still the feeling that the position of ‘9’, also due to the scheme used by the technician and the benefits that the striker must give, is a demarcation where it could even be improved. Find a more complete striker. Arduous and risky task.
And here is the Sevilla dilemma. If an offer arrives for En-Nesyri that surpasses the barrier of 50 million, in Seville they know that they would have difficulties to refuse. They would remove more than 30 million (counting the year and a half depreciation already paid) in 18 months to a player who celebrates his first full year in a top team and with numbers as extraordinary as the 24 targets that accumulates between League and Champions. The African striker is happy in Seville and with little intention of moving. The club knows that it has a precious object of desire. The market will lead the way. But if the offer is good, in the Sánchez-Pizjuán the eyes will light up with the pound sterling symbol.