Manchester United go for Sergio Reguilón

Zidane still does not trust the youth squad, who welcomes Manchester's offer. Sevilla wants a new loan, but the English start with an advantage ...

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Sergio Reguilón (23 years old) continues to have his immediate future outside of Madrid. By personal decision of Zidane, who still does not trust the squad despite having completed a spectacular season at Sevilla (conquest of the Europa League and an important piece in the classification of Nervión for the next Champions League). But Zizou trusts Mendy and Marcelo and this forces the white club to look for the boy a destination at the height of his football explosion, which may lead him to make his debut with the Spanish National Team against Germany in Stuttgart on Thursday. Sevilla's interest in repeating Reguilón's assignment for the second consecutive year is already known, in view of the great performance he has offered in his first stay at Pizjuán under Lopetegui's orders. The player does not see him with a bad eyes, but in recent days a very interesting offer has arrived from Manchester United, who are very interested in his signing.

The Red Devils want to reinforce the position of the left-back, where they only have Luke Shaw, a discreet player of 25 years, and the young 19-year-old player, Brandon Williams. For Reguilón, the offer is tempting because he would have practically assured ownership at Old Trafford, which also celebrates his return to the Champions League this season. The Villalbino seeks to strengthen his sporting growth with an eye toward a future return to the Bernabéu, a desire shared in the Bernabéu's offices although not in Zidane's. That is why Madrid does not rule out repeating Morata's operation with Juventus, with a transfer between 25 and 30 million euros, but with a guaranteed buyback option.

Pirlo's Juventus have also asked about his situation, as well as Mourinho's Tottenham and Gattuso's Napoli. But in principle, Sevilla and Manchester United are the best placed to ensure their services. The English start with an advantage, since they could make a significant outlay for a transfer, while Sevilla (which has already bought Óscar Rodríguez from Madrid) it would be enough to repeat the transfer formula without a purchase option. The player hopes to have his future resolved soon, given that next week, once the matches with Spain against Germany and Ukraine have been settled, in principle he must rejoin Zidane's orders for the preseason with the club of his entire life. But that option is now the one that least interests both parties ...



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