Real Madrid are considering a move to re-sign Tottenham defender Sergio Reguilon, according to reports in Spain.
Reguilon joined Spurs from Real Madrid in the summer of 2020 after a successful loan spell with 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 with Gareth Bale to sign for Tottenham last summer. His performances have been mixed but he is very much Nuno Espirito Santo’s first-choice left-back ahead of Ben Davies.
But now it seems Madrid are keen to have him back.
Spanish outlet Defensa Central is claiming that Real are thinking about re-signing Reguilon, but they do not want to pay his €40 million buy-back clause in full – instead they will try to negotiate a reduced fee.
They apparently want Spurs to accept a bid of somewhere between €30-33 million. Whether that will be 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 lined up. Reguilon still has plenty of potential to get better, so Spurs should hold on to him for sure.