Tottenham sign £ 28m Real Madrid full-back Regulon

Tottenham sign £ 28m Real Madrid full-back Regulon

The Spurs have won the race for the much-sought-after defender, advancing their transfer business through ambitious Premier League outfits.

Tottenham Rival left signer Sergio Regullen has signed a deal worth 28 28 million (m 36 million) reportedly between rival interests. Manchester United.

The Red Devils have been in discussions with Fullback but have not reached the official bidding stage as they have refused to entertain Mridrid’s request to include a buy-back clause.

The 23-year-old defender saw a significant increase in his share during the 2019-20 campaign, as, being limited to just 22 competitive tours for Madrid, it was decided to spend a season on loan for him. Sevilla.

He quickly nailed the regular role in his plans, becoming perfect Spain International and Europa League Winner along the way.

Reguilon saw in a collection of consistent and eye-catching performances Emerges as the main target for leading sides throughout the continent.

Sevilla hoped another deal could be struck with him League The rival real that allowed him to have e-recruiting talent on his books

Fans were also spotted in the direction of Reguillon, Old Trafford, with Ogle Gunnar Solscar, an Old Gunnar Solskar looking to expand his place in Manchester.

However, United have decided to move the deal forward And in 2020-21 Buchanan will see the domestic enemy benefit from full-back capability.

Speaking to Spurs’ club facial club website after his signing was confirmed, Reguillo said: “I really like the club and the coach’s vision, these were the things that made me want to come here.

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“The desire to grow, the club’s vision and I’m looking forward to development as a player. Tottenham have world-class players and world-class managers. I can’t wait to start working with him on my first day.

“I saw the training facilities, they are incredible. I think now I am in the toughest league in the world, the hardest. I talked a lot with him. [Gareth] Bales, everything related; The club, the city, the new stadium and I can’t wait to start with my teammates. “

Spurs has already invested heavily in Matt Doherty during the current transfer window Republic of Ireland Internationally from the Wolves

It’s going to the right of Mourinho’s defensive unit, while Reguillon will now provide another fresh face to the left.

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