BREAKING NEWS: coming live from Football guru Fabrizio Romano, agreed and confirmed Real Madrid are close to signing Ligue 1 star as their next Varane. The player is very much open to joining them this. January transfer window he said ” Playing for real Madrid has been my dream and now that they have come calling I’m ready to move and play for the fans, honestly I will be amazing i can’t (smiles)”.


Leny Yoro, a center-back for Lille, is apparently available for Real Madrid to sign, but PSG is also vying for his services.After Raphael Varane moved to Manchester United in 2021, Los Blancos are searching for a long-term replacement. Over the course of 11 seasons and 360 games across all competitions, the Frenchman was a standout performer for the La Liga powerhouses, tallying 17 goals and seven assists.

Yoro, 18, has attracted the interest of prestigious clubs, such as Los Blancos, with a string of poised performances that belied his young age. The French defender, who rose through the ranks at Lille, has played 35 games for the senior squad in various competitions, scoring three goals and providing an assist.According to Santi JM of Foot Mercato (via Madrid Xtra), Yoro wants at least €50 million for his services. Yoro has a contract with Lille through 2025. Los Blancos should be cautious of PSG’s interest, though, as they won’t give up on Yoro without a fight.

The 18-year-old has scored twice in 14 league games this season, helping Lille finish fourth in the league, nine points behind leaders PSG. He has scored three goals in 19 games this season across competitions.

How are PSG and Real Madrid doing so far this year?

Particularly in the league, Real Madrid and the Parisians have had outstanding season debuts. The Parisians are leading Ligue 1 after 15 games, four ahead of Nice, while Los Blancos trail surprise leaders Girona (41) after 16 games.Though in different ways, the two teams have advanced to the UEFA Champions League knockout stages. While Luis Enrique’s PSG sighed and puffed their way into the Round of 16, Los Blancos triumphed in all six of their group stage matches.

After a thrilling 1-1 draw against the eventual group winners Borussia Dortmund on the last day, the Parisians emerged victorious over AC Milan, who triumphed 2-1 against Newcastle United. In the meantime, Los Blancos, under Carlo Ancelotti, overcame a goal deficit to win 3-2 at Union Berlin, completing their third consecutive “perfect” Champions League group-stage campaign.

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