Real Madrid is about to snatch away from PSG a much-needed transfer target

Real Madrid is reportedly close to acquiring Kylian Mbappé from PSG, according to a report from thetrivelaeffect. However, Madrid supporters should not trust anything until a trade is official, since they were severely burned by the attacker in 2022.

Real Madrid isn’t only working hard to sign Mbappé, though. In fact, during the 2023–2024 season, they have been more strongly associated with two other players: Leny Yoro, a centre defender from Lille, and Alphonso Davies, a great left back for Bayern Munich.

From the beginning, left back and centre back were critical positions, but when David Alaba suffered an ACL injury and joined Éder Militão on the injured list, the necessity for both positions became much more urgent. Real Madrid decided against signing a mediocre central defence prospect in favour of signing Yoro, an 18-year-old centre defender who is already surpassing almost everyone in Ligue 1. Yoro looks to be Real Madrid’s top transfer target.

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PSG is usually interested in Ligue 1 targets, and according to Santi Aouna of Foot Mercato, Yoro had originally intended to sign with the Parisians in January before deciding against it. The teenage defender may be reconsidering his decision and moving to the Santiago Bernabéu to join the more prominent and successful – in the Champions League – club since Real Madrid is now putting a lot of pressure on him.

Yoro may emulate Aurélien Tchouaméni, a key member of Monaco’s squad in the six spot despite a lack of quality. To make it happen, Monaco sold him outside of Ligue 1, PSG was close to him, and he waited for Madrid. That may be Yoro’s journey as Lille, like Monaco, hopes to dethrone the team funded by Qatar in French football. Yoro may be the most recent player to turn down PSG’s financial offer due to Real Madrid’s and the Bernabéu’s attraction.

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