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Ligue 1 club chief confirms Manchester United and Real Madrid target won’t leave in January

Manchester United and Real Madrid target won't leave in January as confirmed by Ligue 1 chief.
Manchester United and Real Madrid target won't leave in January as confirmed by Ligue 1 chief.

Manchester United and Real Madrid target won’t leave in January as confirmed by Ligue 1 chief

Both Manchester United and Real Madrid have been looking to get their hands on Ligue One defender, Leny Yoro. However, contrary to popular belief it seems like the 18-year-old is not going anywhere just yet.

The president of Leny Yoro’s club, Olivier Letang has put an end to all the talk surrounding the young defender. He has said that the team is not negotiating with anyone for the Frenchman.

He has also said that previous reports about him setting a price in Yoro are all false. With that being said a January transfer is all but out of the picture at this moment.

Manchester United need reinforcements and they need them right now. The team has been linked to a lot of players in January and depending on how the rest of the season goes, they could lose interest in a lot of these big names.

The Red Devils currently need players who can help them turn their season around. Players like Yoro are good signings for the future but they can’t have an immediate impact on the Old Trafford squad.

Manchester United and Real Madrid target won't leave in January as confirmed by Ligue 1 chief.
Erik ten Hag needs new players to save his job and Manchester United’s season.

With this in mind, it is a big possibility that we will see the club being linked to a bunch of different loan moves. Hopefully, Erik ten Hag will be able to field some new players next month.

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Lenny Yoro is an exceptional talent and the club will likely revisit him during the summer. If that does end up happening the Red Devils will have to take on La Liga giants Real Madrid.

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