West Ham United have reportedly been offered the chance to sign Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri this summer, despite a poor season in the Spanish La Liga.

According to reports in Spain, including Spanish newspaper AS, the Hammers have been given the chance to bid for their January striker target En-Nesyri for this transfer window.

A bid for the 25-year-old forward was previously rejected in the last transfer window, but he could now make a switch to the London Stadium in the coming weeks.

It is understood that David Moyes is still keeping tabs on his performances in the Spanish La Liga and, despite a dip in form, the club are still interested.

The Moroccan international, who has featured over 40 times for his country, was on fire in the 2020/21 season – scoring 24 goals in all competitions for Sevilla.

However, this season has been largely underwhelming as the forward has only managed five goals and three assists in 29 appearances in all competitions.

A muscle and knee injury had disrupted part of his season back in December and January, and it seemed that the prolific striker could not find his form again in Spain.west

However, having said this, the Hammers should still remain interested in signing the striker – especially if they offer him to the club for a reduced price.

It is rumoured that a fee of around £25 million will suffice for En-Nesyri, and for this price West Ham would be foolish to turn it down.

The Hammers are in desperate need for a striker and have seen first hand how relentless he can be in front of goal, terrorising defenders on his day.

His slight inconsistencies on the pitch could be a problem, but manager David Moyes should know how to deal with this and En-Nesyri could be an excellent signing for West Ham in the following years to come.

With the transfer window heating up, this should not be a player that the club pass up on easily – and if his previous form is anything to go by, other clubs will be looking to snap him up as well.