Paris Saint-Germain is making a big push to sign Lille defender Leny Yoro.
Yoro has been a standout for Lille this season, and PSG is looking to add him to its young and talented defense.
PSG has been interested in Yoro since the summer transfer window, but the club has been unable to open negotiations with Lille. However, according to the French newspaper La Voix du Nord, PSG has recently increased its efforts to get a deal done.
Lille has been reluctant to sell Yoro, but it has lowered its asking price from €80 million to €50 million. This is still a high price, but it is a sign that Lille is willing to negotiate.
PSG is reportedly only willing to pay €20 million for Yoro. This is a significant gap between the two clubs, and it remains to be seen if they can reach an agreement.
Yoro has reportedly agreed to join PSG, so the two clubs now need to work out a transfer fee. They have eight days to reach an agreement before the January transfer window closes.