Tottenham are set to sign the Real Madrid left-back Sergio Reguilón for €30m (£27.6m) after Manchester United refused to accept the La Liga club’s insistence on a buyback clause.
The defender, who has one cap for Spain and spent last season on loan at Sevilla, was keen on playing Champions League football with United this season but as soon as United made their stance clear regarding the buyback clause the player’s representatives stepped up negotiations with Tottenham.
Spurs have agreed personal terms with the 23-year-old on a contract until June 2025 and have accepted a buy-back clause of about €45m but the final figure will depend on the incentivised add-ons included in the deal. Real have also demanded a clause that they get the opportunity to match any bid Tottenham accept for the player. Continue reading
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