Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United have been linked with a move for Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri.
According to Mundo Deportivo, the Hammers retain an interest in signing the 24-year-old along with their London rivals, but the player would prefer to join a bigger club.
En-Nesyri has been in outstanding form for the Spanish outfit this past season, and there is no doubt that he could improve both West Ham and Tottenham.
Both clubs will have to improve their attacking options in the summer, and bringing in the Moroccan would be a smart decision.
The Sevilla striker scored 24 goals across all competitions last season.
The Hammers were reliant on Michail Antonio as their only striker last season, and David Moyes must look to bring in an upgrade.
West Ham will be playing in the Europa League, and they cannot hope to juggle the Premier League and European football with just Antonio up front.
Meanwhile, Spurs must look to bring in a quality forward to support Harry Kane, and the Sevilla star seems like an ideal fit.
Sevilla will be playing Champions League football next season, and it is understandable why En-Nesyri is not keen on a move to Tottenham or West Ham.
Neither Premier League club can provide that opportunity next year, and they will have to make a lucrative offer to convince the player to move.