Youssef En-Nesyri said yes to OGC Nice


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In Ligue 1, for the past few days, clubs have been busy trying to strengthen themselves considerably on the transfer market. 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 construction site is mainly in attack.

In recent days, the management of Nice has plenty to do. First in the direction of departures since it is no secret, Andy Delort is leaving and absolutely wants to join FC Nantes. The Algerian international has also decided to skip training to force his departure. To compensate for his departure, Nice targeted Lorient striker Terem Moffi. The Nigerian wants to join Nice but there is still no agreement between Lorient and the Nice management. And this Friday we revealed to you that Nice had activated the Youssef En-Nesyri track (25 years old) in the event of failure with Moffi.

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According to our information, negotiations are progressing very well between the player and OGC Nice. Better still, the Moroccan international has already given his agreement to the Côte d’Azur club and wants to join Ligue 1. As for 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 which needs liquidity and therefore wants to sell it. The current 19th in La Liga will not be greedy for his player under contract until June 2025.

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Estimated at around 15 million euros, it represents a much simpler operation financially for OGC Nice, which is beginning to activate very seriously on this plan B. Because, given the slowness of negotiations with Lorient in the Terem Moffi file, which lasts for several days already, the management of Nice could be tempted to take action with the Moroccan to quickly conclude his transfer window in attack and quickly focus on the rest of the season. Nice does not want to drag on too long. The next few hours are likely to be decisive.

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