Tottenham confident of Sergio Reguilon deal and Man Utd stance on rumored move

Tottenham are confident of agreeing a deal for Real Madrid left-back Sergio Reguilon despite rival interest from 13-time Premier League winners Manchester United.

The Lilywhites have emerged as contenders for the Spaniard’s signature in the past few days, and now look set to fend off interest from United.

Reginald was part of Sevilla’s victorious Europa League campaign / Poll / Getty Images

David Ornstein of The Athletic previously reported that although a deal between Spurs and Real Madrid has yet to be reached, an agreement for a permanent deal is ‘highly possible’.

Now a source has confirmed. 90 minutes that Spurs are confident they will reach a move for Regulain, while Manchester United – who are rumored to be in lengthy talks with Real – insist they are only interested in The inquiry has grown.

United have completely ruled out the possibility of a buyback clause being included in any potential deal, while Spurs are ready to agree to such a clause.

With the praise of Ben Davies and the potential of Ryan Sessegnon and Denis Serkin, a left-back did not seem an obvious priority for Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho this summer, but there is no doubt that Regulain would be a clear upgrade over the current options. .

The 23-year-old was on loan at Europa League winners Sevilla last term, as he contributed eight goals in 38 appearances in all competitions.

Regulain’s ability to both overlap and underlap in the final third is impressive – with the timing and decision-making of such runs – while his aggressive and energetic nature down the left has certainly caught the eye of Mourinho – who According to Belgian journalist Christophe Teror, called the Spaniard a few weeks ago on a possible move.

The Real Madrid man’s potential arrival could signal a change in approach from Mourinho, who has often restricted the development of his left-back to facilitate the more aggressive positioning of his right-back, as Regulain’s Because of the ability to produce in the last third.

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