At the moment, Manchester United is loaning out Spanish defender Sergio Reguilon.
He was signed by the Red Devils as a stopgap after Tyrell Malacia and Luke Shaw suffered injuries.
When the transfer window opens in January, there is a “real possibility,” according to Estadio Deportivo, that the defender will end up at Tottenham.
Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, reportedly had no interest in signing the player, but he had to do so in order to deal with the injury crisis. It appears that the Dutchman is now set to let the Spanish left-back leave next month.
Whether he rejoins Spurs in the upcoming weeks is still to be seen. Relocating to Tottenham might not be the best option for him as he has not been able to establish himself as a consistent starter at the north London club.
At this point in his career, he needs to play, and Tottenham will not provide him with that chance. Reguilon would likely be Tottenham’s fourth-choice left-back if he were to return, with Destiny Udogie having established himself as the team’s first choice.
In order for him to try to get his career back on track with plenty of first-team action, it will be interesting to see if Tottenham can find another club for him in January. Although he was considered a world-class talent prior to joining Tottenham, it is evident that his career has declined since joining the Premier League.