Sevilla FC: The three teams chasing Youssef En-Nesyri

Youssef En-Nesyri, the Moroccan striker for Sevilla FC, is on his way out of the Nervión Stadium as he is on the agenda of several clubs.

Youssef En-Nesyri, the Moroccan striker for Sevilla, is about to close a new chapter in his career. Under contract until 2025, the attacker has aroused the interest of several top clubs, and everything suggests that his departure will take place this summer. Among the possible destinations are Al Qadsiah, Fenerbahçe and Roma, with the latter being the option that most appeals to the player due to the competitiveness of Serie A.

-Al Qadsiah

The Saudi club Al Qadsiah has shown great interest in signing En-Nesyri. With a tempting economic offer, the Saudis hope to convince the striker to join their project. However, the Saudi Arabian league fails to seduce the Moroccan player, who prefers to compete in a league with a higher footballing level. Despite their efforts, it seems that Al Qadsiah will not be the final destination for the Sevilla striker.


On the other hand, Fenerbahçe has also been closely following En-Nesyri’s footsteps. The Turkish club, which is looking to strengthen its attack for next season, sees the Moroccan as a key piece for its aspirations. However, as with Al Qadsiah, the Turkish league does not arouse En-Nesyri’s interest, who has aspirations to compete in more prestigious leagues in Europe. This factor works against Fenerbahçe in their attempt to sign the Sevilla striker.


Roma, on the other hand, seems to be the most likely destination for En-Nesyri. Competing in Serie A, one of the most competitive leagues in Europe, Roma offers a sporting attraction that seduces the Moroccan striker. The Italian club, in search of a goalscorer with experience and proven quality, sees En-Nesyri as the ideal reinforcement for their ambitions in the Italian championship and in European competitions. The possible arrival of the Sevilla player to the Romanista team could be one of the most outstanding moves of the summer transfer market.

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