BREAKING NEWS: Coming Live from Old Trafford, Manchester United wining the race ahead of Real Madrid in signing Lille wonderkid as club accepts Manchester United official bid of €60m. According to reports from Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United have had a bid for Leny Yoro accepted and will see him join and become a man United player in few day as both club are on the verge of finalising deal. He said ” Everyone knows my heart was to join Real Madrid but the gave up on me and United came through so I’m going to channel all that energy to play for United and the fans. Can’t wait for my United journey to official start”. Man Utd have €60m wonderkid bid accepted.


### Manchester United’s Bid for Leny Yoro Accepted, but Transfer Saga Continues

According to Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United have had their bid for 18-year-old Leny Yoro accepted. Despite this development, the transfer saga surrounding the young talent is far from over. Earlier reports from The Athletic suggested that Real Madrid were nearing an agreement with Lille for a €40 million transfer.

However, Footmercato later reported that Real Madrid had not yet made a formal offer in that range, with their only proposal to Lille being worth €20 million. In the meantime, Manchester United made a substantial offer of around €60 million.

Fabrizio Romano confirms that Lille has accepted Manchester United’s bid. Despite this, it doesn’t guarantee that Yoro will be joining the Red Devils next season. The final decision now lies with Yoro, who has expressed a strong desire to join Real Madrid.

Lille is keen on Yoro moving to Manchester United, but the player is set on his dream of becoming a Galactico. Real Madrid remains calm about the situation. They are aware of Yoro’s preference and are not in a rush to match Manchester United’s offer. They have no intention of paying close to €60 million for the teenager and are prepared to risk ending their pursuit this summer. They hope that Yoro will stay at Lille and see out his contract before moving to Santiago Bernabeu for free next year.

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