While many fans have been focusing on the present situation at Manchester United, others will be following the moves club officials are making with the future in mind. Erik ten Hag remains in charge of the Red Devils and could be pursuing a young defender who has been on the radar of top European clubs for some time.

Red Devils Eyeing Potential Leny Yoro Transfer

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Yoro A Wanted Man

Sky Sports Germany journalist Florian Plettenberg reported on Wednesday night that LOSC Lille defender Leny Yoro is “One of the hottest transfer targets in Europe!” A teenager native to Paris, the centre-back is currently in his first season of full-time professional football. His last two seasons saw him spend time with the French club’s reserve side.

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Plettenberg noted that United has been “monitoring him closely for months.” However, the Red Devils are not the only side interested in signing Yoro. Bayern Munich have their sights set on him. A summer move appears most likely for the 18-year-old, who is also a part of France’s U21 squad.

The Youngster’s Accomplishments

Yoro made his senior team debut for Lille during the 2021/22 campaign. After starting the season as a 16-year-old, he was initially unable to find consistent playing time. Next year, in his breakout campaign, the defender made 15 appearances and earned call-ups to France’s U18 and U19 sides.


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This season, Yoro has also been finding the back of the net. One goal in the Europa Conference League and two goals in Ligue 1 highlight his versatility. Described as a “talented youngster,” the fast-rising teenage centre-back could find himself playing under Ten Hag if United can sign him this summer.

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