According to reports, Premier League outfit Man Utd is ahead of Spanish side Sevilla in the race to sign Real Madrid’s Sergio Reguilon.
The Spaniard is one of five players to be signed by the Red Devils if they intend to challenge the title of the Premier League with rumors saying that Real Madrid is pleased to leave this summer.
Chelsea targeted the left-back – who shone on loan at Seville this season – until the Blues last week sealed a deal for Ben Chilwell.
The graduate of the Madrid academy has failed to break into Zinedine Zidane’s first team, with Marcelo and Ferland Mendy currently vying for the spot on the defense’s left side.
Reguilon has been named in the year’s LaLiga squad and reports have been made before that Real will be able to accept a £18 m fee.
Five days ago, AS said a ‘very interesting bid came from’ Man Utd, while on Monday, transfer expert Fabrizio Romano told his Twitter followers that Real had ‘offered’ Reguilon to the Red Devils.
And now Mundo Deportivo (via Sport Witness) says that in this transfer window ‘everything suggests’ he will leave the Bernabeu, while another Spanish publication Sport goes with a headline that ‘Solskjaer tempts Reguilon.’
Sport adds that Man Utd ‘will be able to give Spain international €30 m and a €5 m pay to draw him into Old Trafford.
Seville is listed again as a possibility, but it is assumed that the day will be won by the better terms on offer at United.
And finally COPE reports that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are ‘best placed’ to beat off competition and sign Reguilon – but have no interest in a buy-back clause.
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