Man United in constant talks with Sergio Reguilon’s agent: report

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Man United are in constant talks with Sergio Reguilon’s agent, according to the latest claim.

Just yesterday, we covered a story from the excellent Fabrizio Romano, who stated that Manchester United had been offered the chance to sign Sergio Reguilon.

The saga is developing pretty quickly, now, journalist Francesco Porzio has given his take on the situation. It’s worth noting that Porzio works alongside the brilliant Gianluca di Marzio.

Anyway, Porzio took to Twitter to respond a fan to confirm that United are in ‘constant talks’ with the 23-year-old’s agent – as the Red Devils seemingly look to bolster their defence.

Reguilon, who starred against us in the Europa League semi-final while on loan at Sevilla, could well be on his way out of Real Madrid this summer. At this stage, it’s unknown whether Los Blancos would sanction a permanent deal, but to me, it looks like an option they’re exploring.

Check out Porzio’s tweet here:

Understandably, Sevilla want Reguilon back on loan for another season. However, if Madrid don’t see the Spaniard in their plans, why not cash in now while he has transfer value?

The stories we’ve covered in the past say he’ll cost around £25m, though Madrid want to include some sort of buy-back clause. I’d be surprised if United aren’t doing everything in their power to remove that clause from negotiations.

United being in talks with Reguilon’s agent leads me to believe that their interest in genuine. It does make sense, too. After all, we’re talking about a player who’d upgrade the starting line-up.

Luke Shaw has massively impressed me recently, though injuries still remain a real concern. Then you have Brandon Williams, who, for me, is better as a right-back. Why not go out there and sign Reguilon who’d make this team (and squad) better…

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