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Sevilla FC | The day that En-Nesyri stole a title from Sevilla and Monchi signed him

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Explain Monchi, sports director of Sevilla FC, who “likes” the En-Nesyri on the day of Eibar more than the day of the Real. “I see the evolution in how he presses, how he supports the team defensively,” adds San Fernando about the Moroccan striker, who has been chosen by LaLiga as the best player in the competition throughout the month of January, in which he played six games and scored seven goals.

And it is that, according to Monchi, En-Nesyri “has always scored a goal, always. Since in a youth cup, until now”. And it was precisely then, in May 2016, when Monchi ‘signed’ a very young Youssef En-Nesyri for his Sevilla FC. The operation would be formalized several years later, in January 2020, but four years before the Seville sports management already ended up looking at that little boy En-Nesyri that in Vera (Almería) he snatched a youth Champions Cup from Sevilla FC. Small for his age, because of stature he already stood out with respect to his peers.

That Champions Cup was his first great showcase after arriving from the Mohammed VI Academy. Now he is an absolute international with Morocco and the top scorer of a Sevilla FC that he paid 20 million euros for him and that this January he has already rejected an offer from the Premier for more than 30 million euros.

His career has been meteoric since that youth final in which, after drawing 0-0 during the regulation 90 minutes, Sevilla FC and Málaga were forced to go into extra time. Some electrifying minutes in which the Nervionenses took the lead on the scoreboard. It was in 100 ‘through Adriano. In the second half of extra time, however, the moment came when the young En-Nesyri emerged with a great header from a corner kick. It was 109 ‘and that unknown Moroccan took the match to penalties.

That goal, in the end, would snatch the title from Sevilla FC, with Malaguista goalkeeper Samu Casado rising as a savior in the penalty shoot-out. That final would give a new youth title to the Malaguistas and would change, almost without knowing it, the life of En-Nesyri. Monchi and the Sevilla sports team had their eye on that tall forward with plenty of conditions and still lacking in football principles. It was an interesting soccer player project that from that moment they did not stop monitoring: Atlético Malagueño, Málaga, Morocco, Leganés …

Today, En-Nesyri He has accumulated 56 games as a sevillista since he arrived and adds 22 goals. Blessed final that of the Youth Champions Cup.



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