Liverpool, Manchester United offers to sign Leny Yoro

Premier League giants Liverpool and Manchester have submitted their offers for the services of LOSC Lille wonderkid Leny Yoro.

According to AS, Liverpool and Manchester United are both keen on acquiring the services of Leny Yoro this summer. The Premier League giants are looking to lure the French defensive prodigy to England and have already submitted their proposal for the player.

Yoro has had a sensational rise to the top, he has come up the ranks at LOSC Lille and has been a part of their first team since the summer of 2022. The teenager featured in 44 matches last season. He was a rock at the back and even found the back of the net thrice.

The 18-year-old is considered to be one of the best young defenders in the world and multiple top clubs from across Europe are keen on signing him. Liverpool and Manchester United are two English clubs who admire Yoro and do not want to miss out on his services.

Liverpool and Manchester United submit offers for Yoro

The Reds are looking to add more depth to their defence as they prepare for a new era under Arne Slot. While they do have a few world-class centre-backs in their squad, the Dutch manager wants to strengthen his rotation and Yoro could be a sensational signing given his huge potential.

Manchester United are also in desperate need to strengthen the backline after having struggled at the back last season because of injuries. Raphael Varane has already left the club, Jonny Evans and Victor Lindelöf’s future is also uncertain. As a result, they are looking to make multiple signings at the back and Yoro is one of the names on their wishlist.

Both English clubs have been in contact with the player’s representatives and have already submitted their proposals to lure him to their respective clubs. However, they have been made aware that the teenager only wants to move to Real Madrid this summer.

The Spanish club at this point in time are not interested in meeting the demands of LOSC Lille. The French outfit want £59 million for a player whose contract runs out in 12 months. As a result, the Madrid-based club are looking to play the waiting game.

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