Sevilla FC demand €60m for En-Nesyri and Bounou

Sevilla FC demand €60m for En-Nesyri and Bounou

In a bid to repay a colossal debt, the Moroccan duo of Yassine Bounou and Youssef En-Nesyri, true World Cup heroes, seem to be Sevilla FC’s most valuable assets to raise funds and strengthen during the summer.

Although Sevilla FC are open to the idea of ​​selling the two Moroccan players, Yassine Bounou and Youssef En-Nesyri are not opposed to this idea and are ready to leave, provided they join teams that share the same ambitions, even higher ambitions than those of their current club. Within the Nervión club, they are very clear about the amount they want to receive: at least 60 million euros.

The goalkeeper is valued at around €20m. Although he received two offers from Saudi Arabia, these did not convince him, as he wants to continue competing in Europe, at the highest level.

Prestigious clubs such as Inter, Tottenham and Bayern have tried to sign him in the past, and now that the goalkeeping ballet has begun, Sevilla FC are hoping to receive an attractive offer for him soon.

For his part, the international En-Nesyri has also shown reluctance in the past, but he knows that this year is crucial to take an important step in his career. His 16 goals in just five months, from January to May, put him back in the spotlight on the world stage.

Last winter, Sevilla FC looked set to let him go for the same €20m they paid to sign him from Leganés, but now the club are asking for double that. Offers from the Middle East have also been made but the 26-year-old prefers to play more with a Champions League side and continue to progress as a footballer.

As good friends, as well as teammates within the Moroccan national team and at Sevilla, Bounou and En-Nesyri don’t even rule out the possibility of joining the same team. However, this can only be done at a prestigious club ready to meet at least the requirements set by Sevilla FC, who want to raise a substantial amount for this duo who have brought so much joy since their arrival at Nervión, Bounou in summer 2019. and En Nesyri in January 2020.


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