Manchester United transfer target, Sergio Reguilon, is one step away from joining Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspurs.
Real Madrid and Tottenham are believed that have come into agreement for the signing of left back, Sergio Reguilon.
The deal was closed at 30 million euros, with a buy back clause of an extra five to ten million euros laced in his contract, which will permit Real to re-sign their academy youth product after two years.
Reguilon, 23, who was impressive for Laliga side, Sevilla, last season, was a key transfer target for Manchester United. The deal however collapsed as the Old Trafford faithfuls failed to accept Madrid’s buy-back clause option.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is said to be looking for a player who will solve his team’s left back situation, and a buy-back clause will defeat the purpose.
Real Madrid, however, do not like seeing their academy products leave the club without an option (be it buy-back clause or first refusal clause) that assures them of not losing the future star in them.
Spurs, who lost their first league game of the season to Everton are willing to accept those terms, to fill in the space left by Danny Rose, and make Reguilon a first choice left back ahead of Ben Davies.
Reguilon was an instrumental part of Sevilla’s Europa League winning side, possessing above average defensive abilities and attacking threats.