Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool are all contenders to sign Leny Yoro from Lille, according to the latest claims from France.

The freshest story on the 18-year-old’s future comes from Le10Sport, who say there’s still a big battle to get him signed, and not necessarily in January.

Their piece’s main info claims that even though Paris Saint Germain gave up on a winter move, ruling out a late offer, they’ll keep him as a target for the summer.

There will be some competition for Yoro, though, and that’s where Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool come up.

Le10Sport writes that while PSG engage in their chase, the English clubs ‘don’t give up’, especially because Yoro is dubbed ‘one of the most promising in his position in the world market’.

The difficulty Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool may find is that the price for his transfer is €70m, and that’s considered too high, ‘even for the Premier League’.

All those clubs are expected to bid in the summer, just like PSG. Lille are hopeful of keeping him for as long as they can, and even a loan back to them is a scenario they’d like.