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PSG, bad news for the transfer window

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While PSG recruiters were still hoping to convince Leny Yoro to join them, it is ultimately Manchester United who seem to have won the day. Paris Saint-Germain is looking for a new central defender. Not convinced by what Milan Skriniar has shown since his arrival last year, the capital club wants to find someone who can bring a little more solidity to its hinge. Luis Campos had a close eye on Leny Yoro for this. But the Lille player seems to be heading towards Manchester United. According to information relayed on Tuesday by the Dailymail, an agreement has been reached between United and Lille. An offer of nearly fifty million euros has reportedly been made by the Red Devils and this would have been accepted by Losc. Under contract with the northern club until June 2025, Leny Yoro should have the final word. Dean Huijsen, the serious track If everything now seems to indicate that the international Espoir should cross the Channel to discover the Premier League, it is bad news for Paris Saint-Germain who will have to change their approach and find other candidates. Luis Campos has not waited to study other avenues. Thus, the name of Dean Huijsen has been coming up repeatedly for several days. In Italy, The Republic even indicated that the Juventus defender would be closer than ever to PSG, with a transfer that could materialize at around twenty million euros. Written by:Manu TournouxManu Tournoux is a passionate and knowledgeable football enthusiast with a special focus on French football. Born and raised in France, Manu discovered his love for the beautiful game at a young age and developed a deep understanding of the ins and outs of “Le Championnat.” His French roots and extensive experience in football journalism have made him an invaluable asset to the French Football Weekly team. As an author for the website, Manu’s expertise includes not only in-depth analysis of Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 matches but also insightful profiles of up-and-coming talents, detailed transfer news, and engaging coverage of the French national team. His captivating writing style and undeniable passion for the game have earned him a loyal following among our readers. When he’s not crafting engaging articles for French Football Weekly, Manu enjoys attending live matches whenever he can, exploring football culture in various French cities, and engaging in spirited debates with fellow fans. Feel free to follow Manu on Twitter and interact with him as he shares his expert opinions, insights, and love for French football.

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