Manchester United's plans for Reguilón

As AS reported, the Red Devils want the Spanish although they also watch Mykolenko, from Dinamo Kiev. He would compete on an equal footing with Shaw.

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Sergio Reguilón welcomes the offer from Manchester. As AS reported, United have put on the table an attractive offer to the Real Madrid side that appears as a level option to reinforce his left wing.

Real Madrid is 'overbooked' in that area of defense with Marcelo and Mendy, both very much to Zidane's taste, which leaves Reguilón on the starting ramp, although with a possible return ticket. The club considers that it can be a good reinforcement in future campaigns and a guaranteed buyback option will be kept if, finally, the side is sold to the Old Trafford club or any other. Sevilla got in touch to try to get his loan again but the English team seems to have an advantage to close their hiring.

A few days into the Premier League, although United will not start until the 19th, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a 'perfect' plan to rebuild his defense following the arrival of the Spanish. Sergio Reguilón would be the second pure left-back that the Norwegian would have on the roster since now he only has Luke Shaw and the squad player Brandon Williams, a right-hander who had to come out from the academy to cover the injury due to the English.Despite reaching a star price in 2014 (€ 37.5m), Luke Shaw never became the full-back he looked like he was going to be when he stood out at Southampton under Mauricio Pochettino. Thus, Reguilón, who reaches the rise in his first years of career, would start with equal opportunities with a Shaw who has established himself as a compliant side in the elite who does not contribute much in attack either. The Englishman has scored a goal and given three assists in 33 games. Records that Reguilón doubles with three goals and five assists, that is, eight goals generated (goal or assist) this season compared to the four of the current ManU side.

The one from Kingston upon Thames would be his main competition since, according to Manchester, Brandon Williams would be considered a right back to play because of his good profile and act as a replacement for Aaron Wan-Bissaka, the undisputed starter on that side. Thus, Fosu-Mensah would become a 'wild card' as a central or right back and Diogo Dalot would go to the starting ramp. His chances of starting, if he adapts well, are high with characteristics that adapt well to the demands of the club and the English league. The Norwegian coach has a 'perfect plan' to fit Reguilón.

His Europa League that impressed at Old Trafford

As pointed out from England, the name of Reguilón appeared in Old Trafford's offices as a possible signing after the then-Sevilla side set a remarkable performance against the 'red devils' in the last Europa League ( 2-1). The madridista was a rocket on the left and assisted Suso in the 1-1.

There, United decided to take the step although other names appear on their agenda such as Viyaly Mykolenko, from Dinamo Kiev. According to the local press, the Mancunian club also monitors the situation of the Ukrainian international. Both could have met in this Spain-Ukraine but Dinamo's was injured and was not on the list. Reguilón made his debut for La Roja in that match and also ended up injured after a tackle by Kovalenko. A sprain that will delay the departure of the side who, in England, also interests Chelsea or Tottenham.



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