According to reports in Spain, Real Madrid are considering signing Tottenham defender Sergio Reguilon again.
Reguilon joined Spurs from Real Madrid in the summer of 2020 after a successful loan from Sevilla, where he won the Europa League and emerged as one of the best left-backs in La Liga.
The 24-year-old left the Spanish capital last summer with Gareth Bale to join Tottenham. His performances have been mixed but he is Nuno Espirito Santo’s first choice left-back ahead of Ben Davies.
But now Madrid seem interested in having him back.
Spanish outlet Defensa Central claims Real are considering signing Reguilon, but they don’t want to repay its € 40 million buyback clause in full – instead, they’re trying to negotiate a reduced fee.
They apparently want Spurs to accept an offer between 30 and 33 million euros. Whether that’s enough to tempt Daniel Levy remains to be seen.
Our view? Tottenham shouldn’t even consider accepting such an offer unless they have a suitable, high quality replacement ready. Reguilon still has a lot of potential to get better at so Spurs should definitely stick with him.