The interest in Lille OSC’s 18-year-old central defender Leny Yoro continues to grow, with some of Europe’s top clubs making enquiries. Among those showing interest are Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, and Paris Saint-Germain, as per Fabrice Hawkins of RMC Sport.
Téléfoot reports that Liverpool has joined the fray, eyeing Yoro, who has become a key player in Lille’s defense this season. Despite his rising importance at the club, Yoro’s future at Lille, known as Les Dogues, seems uncertain.
RMC Sport has recently indicated that while Lille had hoped to secure a substantial fee for the young defender, their plans might face a setback. An offered contract extension to Yoro appears unlikely to be accepted by him.
This development means Yoro will be entering the final year of his contract this summer. While a move this winter seems improbable, despite interest from PSG, a summer transfer is increasingly likely.
Jorge Mendes represents Yoro, who has garnered attention from elite clubs across Europe. Lille is now potentially looking at a bidding war for their prized defender.