Lille OSC defender Leny Yoro is among the teenage talents that many top European clubs are after. The 18-year-old’s contract with the French side expires in 2025, and Les Dogues could be forced to sell soon.
Paris Saint-Germain likely wants to beat out the likes of Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, and Manchester United, who have also inquired about Yoro. As a result, the Parisians need to act fast if they want to win this sweepstakes.
Foot Mercato reported on Monday that a meeting is planned this week between Parisian and Lille leaders to discuss this issue and find common ground to complete a transfer.
Lille and the player need to discuss the minimum price, but PSG ideally wants to rely on him soon. The message to the player and his circle is clear: PSG is eager to make room for his progress and will adjust the squad next summer if needed.
Yoro, now represented by agent Jorge Mendes’ team, is also advocating for a move to PSG. The upcoming days will be crucial.