In terms of strikers, Boutaib has done really well for Morocco during the WC qualifications. He scored 20 goals last season for Strasbourg in Ligue 2 and scored 11 goals this year so far in the Turkish league. Azarou is also good and scored 17 goals this season for Al Ahly (biggest club in Africa) in Egypt. He is not gonna stay in Egypt long. There is also Ben Charki who could have easily signed in Ligue 1 after winning CAF Champions league a few months ago but chose Al Hilal in Saudi Arabia after they threw 5 million at him. El Kaabi is on fire right now and talking to Athletico Madrid. En-Nesyri in La Liga (Malaga) is only 20 years old and has played 18 games this season. Finally, Mahi plays as a striker for Morocco and he is pretty good, and Munir El Haddadi (owned by Barca) could join Morocco at any moment. Clearly most of these strikers don't have the same credentials as some of the guys that we have in defense or midfield (including offensive wings) but we only play with one striker so I think that we are more than well covered. Morocco has a lot of good backups for when El Ahmadi retires or if he gets injured. Saiss's natural position is as a defensive midfielder. Ait Benasser (Caen) is one of the hottest youth in Ligue 1 and is owned by Monaco. Sofyan Amrabat (Feyenoord) is also a hot young talent in the Netherlands and they actually fought pretty hard for him to join their A national team which can only be a good sign. Yassin Ayoub just signed for Feyenoord and will play there next season, and he also very good. I'm probably forgetting others but honestly Morocco has a lot of good players in every position.