Report – Man Utd could ‘raise’ offer over £34m and ‘defeat’ all to secure signing

Leny Yoro France

Manchester United, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are battling to hire the services of Leny Yoro from Lille this summer.

As per the latest reports going on in the media, Man Utd could raise the biggest offer to beat the rivals to Yoro.

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According to an article covered by Corriere dello Sport today, the Ligue 1 side value the teenage central defender at around 60 million euros.

Yoro is expected to leave Lille this year, ‘there is no doubt’, but the asking price slapped on him is too high considering his deal will expire in just over 12 months.

CorSport claim Real Madrid want to secure his signature, but the European and Spanish champions are not willing to a pay penny more than £34m (40 million euros).

On the other hand, French champions, PSG, have been pushing to lure the defender for a long time. However, it appears the 18-year-old is looking to move abroad, ‘perhaps at Manchester United’.

The Italian media outlet state Man Utd could ‘raise the offer’ and ‘defeat the competition’ to secure Yoro.

Keeping in view the player’s preference to leave France, the Red Devils have to outbid Madrid with an offer of over £34m to win the race.

Two days ago, we covered a story from Spain stating that Man Utd are even willing to meet Lille’s valuation of around 60 million euros to land Yoro.

After a fantastic season with Les Dogues, he was unable to earn a place in the France squad for the Euros, however, he has been called up to Theirry Henry’s team for the Olympics.

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