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From Spain – Man United get Green light to sign 93-goals La-Liga striker for a Bargain deal this summer



From Spain – Man United get Green light to sign 93-goals La-Liga striker for a Bargain deal this summer

Manchester United are eyeing a double €75m raid with a bargain deal for a LaLiga striker first, Tottenham are to trigger the exit clause to sign a Japan defender, while Barcelona are to step up their quest to prise a star man from Liverpool.

En-Nesyri to Old Trafford this summer after it was confirmed that Sevilla are willing to cash in on the prolific Morocco frontman for a bargain fee.

The Red Devils are keen to strengthen their squad this summer as Sir Jim Ratcliffe plots a major improvement on their lowest-ever Premier League finish of eighth, with plans in place to bring in at least four new names to strengthen the Manchester United squad.

Now reports in Spain claim United can land on the perfect option in the form of En-Nesyri.

The Morocco international has scored 93 goals across 290 career appearances, with 73 coming in 196 games for Sevilla.

Now United have been granted the green light to seal his signing with the club revealing they are being forced to cash in on the 27-year-old to help ease their financial burden.

Their report writes: ‘The transfer of En-Nesyri has become a fundamental factor for Sevilla’s planning for next season, as it needs to make money with his transfer as soon as possible.’

How much will En-Nesyri cost Man Utd?
As a result, clubs in Saudi Arabia, as well as Tottenham, long-term suitors West Ham and now United are all being linked with his signature.

And with Sevilla needing to raise funds – and quickly – it’s suggested a bargain fee could be enough to secure his signing on the cheap

The report adds ‘The most reasonable thing would be for them to settle for an amount that was around €20-25m with the inclusion of bonuses, although there are voices that suggest that Sevilla would accept offers of around €15m’.

As a result, it’s easy to see why Ratcliffe would be keen to secure the 70-times capped striker for such a bargain sum.

In the modern market £12m, rising to £21m is nothing and En-Nesyri could prove an excellent option to supplement their strikeforce and help take Hojlund’s game to another level.

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