Man United have ‘taken an enthusiasm’ for Europa League victor – Club glad to sell for €20-25m Manchester United have ‘taken an interest’ in Real Madrid left-back Sergio Reguilón, who is set to leave the Spanish monsters this late spring.
The protector has spent the season borrowed with Sevilla, turning into a central member under Julen Lopetegui and intriguing all through last season.
There is a bad situation for him at the Bernabéu, however, with Zinedine Zidane proceeding to back Ferland Mendy and Marcelo in the position.
They are consequently glad to let Reguilón leave, and he has been intensely connected with a transition to the Premier League, with Chelsea having been named as admirers this late spring.
Nonetheless, that potential move has now been shut after the Blues finished a move for Leicester City’s Ben Chilwell, but according to Marca, they are not by any means the only English side inspired by him.
They report that his exhibitions for Sevilla have ‘put him on the radar’ of a portion of Europe’s top clubs and Manchester United are among them having ‘taken an interest’ in his circumstance.
They are not by any means the only ones sharp, with Juventus, Inter Milan and Tottenham all named as potential admirers as well.
Madrid are glad to sell, however their need is to make sure they get great cash for the youth, and they esteem him at €20-25m.
It’s not clarified whether that is a value Manchester United would pay; actually, the report is extremely slight on the subtleties.
Joined could positively do with a left-back, and Reguilón would unquestionably be an update in the position.
He additionally fits impeccably into the club’s methodology of focusing on more youthful players and Madrid’s asking cost isn’t especially high either.
In any case, Marca’s report is somewhat shy of data, so maybe it’s ideal to treat this with a strong spot of salt at this stage.