Manchester United set to miss out on £50m target as he agrees to Real Madrid move

Manchester United set to miss out on £50m target as he agrees to Real Madrid move

Seeing as how every target is either too costly or has their sights set on other locations, Ineos must be growing impatient this summer.

Jarrad Branthwaite has already shown to be too costly, as Everton has shown by refusing to negotiate a better deal or lower their £70 million asking price.

A move for Jean-Clair Todibo has also been declared unlawful by UEFA since Ineos is the owner of both Manchester United and Nice.

As a result, new goals are getting priority, but it looks like United is about to lose out on one more goal.

Leny Yoro agrees to Real Madrid move

Leny Yoro of Lille is one defensive target that supporters would have loved to see Manchester United sign this summer, but there was always a sense that this deal would be difficult to pull off.

This is due to rumors that the 19-year-old Frenchman would always prefer a move to Real Madrid, which is precisely what appears to be taking place.

Sports Zone, a French publication, reported that Yoro and Los Blancos had now come to an agreement.

The adolescent reportedly just wanted to play for Real Madrid, and if the Champions League winners are unable to make a move this summer, he may even wait a year to finish his move. Given his £50 million price tag, there may be some issues with this.

Although it seems improbable, it is said that United, Liverpool, and Bayern are still exerting pressure in the hopes that Yoro may reverse his mind.

Yoro choosing Real Madrid cannot be a shock for Manchester United

Losing out on yet another top target is disappointing for United, but it’s not shocking given that Yoro has long been said to desire to move to Madrid, which is thought to be his ambition.

There, he will be playing alongside a number of his future France international colleagues and will have the opportunity to emulate Raphael Varane, of whom Real Madrid considers him to be a regen.

If Ineos are on their game, they will have anticipated this and still have a number of summer hiring alternatives.

Goncalo Inacio of Sporting Lisbon and Riccardo Calafiori of Bologna are two names that are still available and would make great additions.

But with preseason just a few weeks away, it’s time for Ineos to move on.



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