SHOCKING NEWS: Coming live from Fabrizio Romano, “we are not making any bad signings this summer we are getting players that are hungry and he is perfect for our team this summer we are not giving Man city and Arsenal any chance”. According to reports, Man Utd are keen to acquire the services of Youssef En-Nesyri who has been dubbed as DANGERMAN and have submitted first official bid of £17m as sir Jim looks to bring competition to United attack. Man Utd get greenlight to sign “dangerman” who’s outscored Hojlund.


Manchester United’s inconsistent performance throughout the 2023/24 season has highlighted the need for reinforcements. Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS are planning upgrades across the field, with a particular focus on strengthening the centre forward position.

Anthony Martial, who missed most of last season due to injury, was not offered a new contract, leaving a gap in the squad. Ratcliffe is keen on signing a new striker, and reports from Italy suggest that Manchester United is interested in Youssef En-Nesyri.

The Red Devils are reportedly preparing an offer for the Moroccan centre forward, following initial interest a few days ago. The 27-year-old could be available for a bargain price of around £13 million to £17 million. En-Nesyri has reportedly given his approval for the move, expressing his desire to join United.

En-Nesyri could be a significant addition to the team, which already boasts talents like Bruno Fernandes and Rasmus Hojlund. Hojlund had a successful debut campaign despite some goal droughts, while Fernandes consistently drove the team’s attacks.

En-Nesyri, who played a crucial role for Sevilla in La Liga despite the team’s underwhelming performance, managed to outperform both Fernandes and Hojlund. Last season, he started 28 league games as a lone striker in a 4-2-3-1 formation, scoring 16 goals compared to Fernandes’ and Hojlund’s ten each in the Premier League.

Here are some key stats from the 2023/24 season:

| Stats | En-Nesyri | Hojlund | Fernandes |
| Goals | 16 | 10 | 10 |
| xG | 10.8 | 7.64 | 10.01 |
| Goals per game | 0.5 | 0.3 | 0.3 |
| Shots per game | 2.2 | 1.3 | 2.7 |
| Scoring frequency| 161 min | 217 min | 312 min |
| Big chances missed| 13 | 13 | – |

En-Nesyri’s ability to consistently find the net, as evidenced by his 16 goals and overperformance of his expected goals (xG) by 5.2, demonstrates his clinical finishing ability. He excels as a target man and is effective in aerial duels, adding a different dimension to United’s attack.

Football analyst Ben Mattinson describes En-Nesyri as a “quick, strong, powerful finisher” and a “dangerman,” qualities that make him well-suited for the Premier League. However, his involvement in play beyond scoring is limited, ranking in the bottom 99% for passes completed in La Liga, according to FBref.

Overall, securing a player of En-Nesyri’s quality for as little as £13 million could be a significant bargain for Manchester United. It’s not often that a player who has outperformed some of the team’s key stars becomes available at such a price.

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