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Liverpool believe they have a chance to surpass Man Utd in the pursuit of the £42m player. – Report…



Liverpool believe they have a chance to outpace Manchester United in the competition to secure the £42m player, according to a journalist.


Both Liverpool and Manchester United are in the market for new center-backs this summer.


The Reds and the Red Devils have set their sights on the same player, Leny Yoro. Manchester United recently made a £42m bid for the Lille defender, which has been approved.


Despite this, there are rumors suggesting that Yoro may ultimately join Real Madrid.


It is believed that Yoro will eventually join Real Madrid.


Surprisingly, Liverpool is still in contention, and according to Ben Jacobs, speaking on Playback, Arne Slot’s side is confident that they could surpass Manchester United in this race quite easily if they decide to participate. Jacobs also provided insights about the defender.


Liverpool is still in contention for Yoro, with Jacobs suggesting that they could surpass Manchester United in the pursuit of the player.


Jacobs stated that Liverpool may make a move for Yoro if they believe he is open to joining the Premier League.


Despite Manchester United appearing to be ahead, Liverpool feels confident that they are actually in front.


However, they will not enter into any negotiations or make a formal bid with Lille unless they deem it to be worthwhile.


Liverpool will only consider negotiating or making a formal bid with Lille if they see it as a worthwhile endeavor.


Leny Yoro’s future in the race is uncertain.


It’s intriguing to think about the possibility of Liverpool and United competing in this race, but the truth is that most of this speculation won’t make a difference.


It seems that Yoro is destined for Real Madrid, whether it happens this summer or next year as a free agent.


The player is determined to make the move to the Bernabeu, leaving both Liverpool and United in a difficult position.


Fortunately, there are numerous other opportunities available, and both United and Liverpool are aware of the options in the current transfer market.