Paris Saint-Germain has their sights set on LOSC Lille defender Leny Yoro this summer. However, the capital club will face stiff competition from various Premier League clubs for the teenager.
Le10Sport reports that sporting advisor Luis Campos has already planned the Parisian offensive, which could be successful. He has strong support from Jorge Mendes, who joined the Yoro clan through the player’s image management.
Furthermore, the outlet reveals that Manchester City, Manchester United, and Liverpool are keen on the Frenchman. However, the English sides do not desire to pay €70 million for the talented defender.
Regardless of how they feel about the high fee, they will reportedly be back for Yoro, considering his contract with Lille expires in 2025. As a result, Les Dogues dreams about extending him, but that feels unrealistic.
Another option is emerging: this summer, a transfer combined with a loan could enable the young Yoro to further his progress with the Ligue 1 side, at least for one season. This compromise could potentially benefit all parties involved.