Sergio Reguilon will almost certainly be on the move this summer, with Man United interest building.
A few days ago, we covered a story from AS in which it was claimed that Man United had tabled an ‘interesting’ offer to Reguilon.
Well, this morning, Spanish football expert Sid Lowe has given his take on the situation. The journalist directly responded to a fan on Twitter, who asked if there was any truth in the Reguilon rumours…
According to Lowe, the reported United transfer target will ‘almost certainly’ be on the move this summer. What’s interesting is that Lowe claims Reguilon is ‘actively looking at the PL (Premier League)’.
United will be encouraged by the fact that Reguilon is deemed ‘reasonably priced’. The aforementioned story we linked claims that the Spaniard could cost around £25m, though that’s with an apparent buyback clause for Real Madrid.
Check out Sid Lowe’s tweet here:
Reguilon would represent a considerable upgrade in the left-back slot, that much is obvious. If you ever get the chance to improve your starting line-up, at such a good price, surely you have to take that option?
Sure, it’d probably spell curtains for Luke Shaw at Manchester United, but his injury problems continue to be a concern. As for Brandon Williams, I still think he’ll end up as a right-back in the not too distant future.
Reguilon is looking for regular minutes and right now, he’s behind both Marcelo and Ferland Mendy in that left-back position. United should strike while Real Madrid have a genuine reason to sell, though that buy-back clause has to be removed from negotiations…
After sealing a deal for Donny van de Beek, you have to be encouraged by the names United are being linked with. Reguilon is cheap, improving and an excellent footballer. He’d be a brilliant addition as Solskjaer continues to build his legacy.