“Manchester United allowed Real Madrid to sign Camavinga and Jude Bellingham and they now one of the biggest footballer in the world and they want to do that again. We should never allow them to sign this amazing players. We need them by all means”-Manchester United to lose out on two world class young targets with Real Madrid now “favourites”

Manchester United’s pursuit of transfer targets seems to have hit a snag, with Real Madrid emerging as the frontrunners to secure the services of young center-back Leny Yoro this upcoming summer.


As United seek to bolster their defensive line, uncertainties loom over the futures of key players such as Raphaël Varane, Harry Maguire, and Jonny Evans under the stewardship of INEOS in their maiden summer window at Old Trafford.


While Erik ten Hag reportedly favors Lisandro Martínez as his top choice for the center-back position, the question of who will partner the Argentine beyond this season remains open. Earlier speculations linked United with a move for 18-year-old Lille defender Leny Yoro, but according to renowned journalist Fabrizio Romano, Real Madrid have now emerged as the front-runners to secure his signature.


Alongside Yoro, United had also shown interest in Nice’s Jean-Clair Todibo, but they now face stiff competition for his acquisition. Spanish outlet Sport reports that several Premier League clubs are willing to meet Todibo’s valuation of at least £52 million, potentially pricing United out of a move for the French international this summer.


United’s financial flexibility in the transfer market this summer may be limited, given their past high expenditure in recent seasons. Additionally, Nice’s steep demands for Todibo may be influenced by Barcelona’s 25% sell-on clause attached to the player.


With Yoro and Todibo seemingly out of reach, United may shift their focus to alternative options, such as Jarrad Branthwaite and Gleison Bremer, as they continue their search for defensive reinforcements.

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