Sevilla’s asking price for Arsenal target revealed

Youssef En-Nesyri is a serious transfer target for Arsenal with the Gunners looking to add more goals to their game.

The Moroccan has been a revelation at Sevilla in the last year and Arsenal thinks he can bring more goals to the Emirates.

In the last transfer window, Arsenal strengthened their defence and midfield, which makes their attack the next spot they will refresh.

They have at least two strikers who could leave for free at the end of this season and these departures will free funds and space in the team for them to add En-Nesyri.

However, he won’t join for free and the Gunners have been told how much he will cost them.

Sevilla is always happy to cash in on their top players and Mundo Deportivo claims that the Spanish club will only sell him if a bid reaches 45m euros.

They signed him for 20m euros from Leganes two seasons ago and believe he is worth more than double that figure now.

The striker scored 24 goals for the Spanish club last season six of which came in the Champions League.

His speed, physique and power make him a good fit for the Premier League and he might be worth the price for Arsenal.

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  1. I doubt any more midfielders in any shape or form will be signed in the near future ,Arteta as played his hand regarding the positions mentioned,now he need to get the best out of the players he as signed and will pick .
    A striker I would imagine will be the position we go for next summer and ATM that is the one area we need to upgrade if indeed Arteta is still here come next summer .

    1. @Okiror
      And everybody thought they beat us because we were missing key players…They simply outplayed us.😂

  2. I want Ivan toney in arsenal. Edu pls make it happen.
    The man is a beast, look how he handle both van diyk n matip.
    Wonder what the so called pundits have to say about van diyk after they crucified white on his debut against the Brentford forward.

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