Spanish giants Real Madrid are keen to bring back former defender Sergio Reguilon to the club.
Reports from Spanish media Defensa Central suggest that Los Blancos are trying to provide a high-quality line-up for the team position as the possibility of Marcelo’s departure in the near future is quite small at the moment.
However, the report also suggests that Real Madrid club president Florentino Perez believes the left-back is unfit for the buyout clause and will try to renegotiate with Tottenham president Daniel Levy for a €7 price tag to be lowered to €10m.
The main factor looking to lower the Spaniard’s price tag is that he hasn’t improved enough since moving to the north London white side in the summer of 2020. So we don’t believe that he is currently driving the equivalent of their payout clause, which is quoted at around €40m.
The 24-year-old is without a doubt the best left-back for Spurs, which is reflected in the fact that he is a regular for them. But even then it could be impressive in the future. At the same time, he can be a burden in defense and needs more confidence in that if he is to become a top left-back. Reguilon has played 45 games for the Spurs and has registered seven assists since joining.