Real Madrid eye Man Utd and Liverpool target Yoro

Head coach of Real Madrid, Carlo Ancelotti
Head coach of Real Madrid, Carlo Ancelotti. Photo by Shutterstock.

Spanish giants Real Madrid are poised to swoop in for Lille’s young defender Leny Yoro this summer.

The move from Real Madrid comes amidst Paris Saint-Germain’s hesitation over Lille’s hefty €60 million price tag, according to Diario Sport.

PSG’s attempt to negotiate a more financially palatable deal contrasts sharply with Lille’s firm stance on Yoro’s increased valuation, initially pegged at €20 million.

 The 18-year-old, who has drawn interest from clubs such as Manchester United, Liverpool and PSG, has recently aligned with super-agent Jorge Mendes, escalating his market demand.

With PSG’s current offer on the table, Real Madrid, leveraging their French connection and Carlo Ancelotti’s keen interest, remain in ongoing discussions with Lille, positioning themselves as a formidable option for Yoro’s next step should the PSG deal fall through.