LOSC defines the price of Leny Yoro


Published on May 27, 2024 at 4:12 p.m. by

Abdel Maarous

PSG absolutely wants Yoro this winter!
Leny Yoro (LOSC) © IMAGO

Leny Yoro, the defensive jewel of LOSC, targeted by Paris Saint-Germain

As the summer transfer window looms on the horizon, the Paris Saint Germain is sharpening its weapons to strengthen its squad, and it is on the defensive side that all eyes are turned insistently. At the heart of the discussions, the name of Leny Yoro resonates like a promising echo in the corridors of the Parc des Princes.

In search of a promising young talent to consolidate its defensive line, PSG has set its sights on French international, Leny Yoro. The defender of Lille is under contract with the Mastiffs until 2025, but a sale this summer seems more and more plausible given the tempting offers from the best European clubs.

Leny Yoro coveted by Europe, but PSG in pole position

Competition is tough on this issue. While PSG makes Leny Yoro its priority, behemoths such as Liverpool and the real Madrid also scrutinize the young prodigy with envy.

In its recent edition, The voice of the North dissects the contours of this potential transfer and evokes a price set by Lille, non-negotiable in all likelihood. To secure the services of Leny Yoro, you will have to pay no less than 60 million euros, an amount commensurate with the player’s potential and the challenges of the current market. Despite the interest of Real Madrid, reluctant to invest such a sum on an 18-year-old player, PSG will also have to monitor Liverpool, who are looking to prepare for the future by recruiting talents such as Yoro.

An element not to be overlooked in this matter is the involvement of the renowned agent Jorge Mendes, responsible for representing the interests of Leny Yoro. This data could work in favor of PSG, particularly given the palpable tensions between Luis Campos and the president of LOSC, Olivier Létang.



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