Man United's 'first-choice striker target Serhou Guirassy ditches Red Devils for a Premier League contender'… leaving Erik ten Hoag to 'Sevilla forward Youssef N-Nessiri'.

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Manchester United have turned their attention to Moroccan striker Youssef N-Nessiri as their first-choice target Serho Guirazzi moves on in the winter window.

Erik Ten Hag's side have not enjoyed good form in the English top-flight so far this season, losing seven of their opening 17 league matches.

The Red Devils are keen to strengthen Erik ten Hoag's squad in January and are interested in Stuttgart's Cuirassi, but the 27-year-old is mulling a move to rivals Tottenham. the sun

The report adds that Guirassy is in favor of a move to the capital rather than joining Ange Postecoglou's Spurs.

Hampered by injuries and underwhelming signings, including £72 million summer acquisition Rasmus Hojlund, who is yet to score domestically, United are exploring potential reinforcements in their front line.

Man United set their sights on Stuttgart striker Serho Guerrassi (left) but the forward let them down
Eric den Haag is keen to add another Moroccan to his books, with Sevilla's N-Nessiri at the top of his wish list.
£72million summer signing Rasmus Hojlund is yet to score domestically, despite showing some promise before United were knocked out by Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

N-Neziri has impressed at the World Cup and has scored five times for Sevilla this season.

Scouts have been keeping a close eye on Bundesliga standout Guerrazzi, who has already scored 17 goals in Germany this season.

However, Den Haag has focused on sending scouts of Sevilla and Morocco forward N-Nessiri, specifically to watch him in their La Liga clash against Atletico Madrid.

A focal point of Sevilla's attack since January 2020, En-Nesyri has been instrumental in securing two Europa League titles.

Despite Sevilla's challenging season – they currently sit 14th in the table – N-Neziri has been a standout performer this term alone, contributing eight goals and four assists.

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Facing financial problems and already out of the Champions League, Sevilla are considering selling N-Nesiri, who has a contract until June 2025.

The potential fee is estimated at around £16m as the club aim to cut costs amid coaching changes and wage cuts.

N-Nesiri's impressive performances, including a remarkable goal against Portugal in last year's World Cup quarter-final, peaked Den Haag's interest.

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