Plan B of OGC Nice in the event of failure of the track leading to Terem Moffi, Youssef En-Nesyri would have already given his agreement to join Ligue 1.
This is what FootMercato believes, generally very aware of the movements of players during transfer windows.
The media recalls in this regard that several Ligue 1 clubs are working to try to strengthen themselves considerably on the transfer market, and this is the case of OGC Nice, which is starting a mini-revolution after separating from Lucien Favre recently.
The objective is clear: to register real reinforcements to go up the slope in the championship. In this sense, the Burundian defender Youssouf Ndayishimiye of Basaksehir should land in the coming days to strengthen the defensive sector of Nice against a sum of 10M€ (plus 2.5M€ bonus). But the big project is mainly in attack, underlines FootMercato.
It is in this context, says the publication, that Nice had activated, as of Friday, the Youssef En-Nesyri track (25 years old, and estimated at around 15 million euros), and negotiations would be progressing very well between the Nice club. and the Moroccan international who has already agreed to join Ligue 1.
On the side of Sevilla FC, we will not do everything to keep the striker who has scored 7 goals this season (none in La Liga). Far from there. The new coach Jorge Sampaoli does not like his profile at all and is not against parting with him. Same thing for the Sevillian management who needs liquidity and therefore wants to sell him, even if he is under contract until June 2025.