Man Utd and Real Madrid Receive Boost as PSG Drop Out of Race for Teenage Defender

Manchester United has reportedly made a £42 million bid for LOSC Lille’s teenage defender Leny Yoro, who is also attracting interest from top clubs like Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain.

However, Real Madrid appears to be Yoro’s preferred destination, and with Lille needing to sell the player this summer, considering the youngster’s contract expires in 2025, the Spanish side has leverage.

While PSG have been keen on Yoro, new information reveals that the Parisians are now out of the race for the teenager. According to Sky Sport Germany’s Florian Plettenberg, PSG are no longer in the running to sign Yoro.

The player hasn’t made his final decision yet, but it’s now between Manchester United and Real Madrid. Recently, transfer expert Fabrizio Romano reported that the Premier League side have made a proposal to Yoro after agreeing to a fee with Lille.

Manchester United won’t wait much longer—Yoro needs to give his answer soon. Meanwhile, Lille’s president, Olivier Létang, is urging him to join the Red Devils.

Still, Romano also mentioned that Real Madrid are staying calm about the Yoro situation, even with Manchester United’s offer. 

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