Duncan Castles has been speaking on the latest episode of The Transfer Window podcast, and he has been talking about Tottenham Hotspur.
The 23-year-old has joined Tottenham from Real Madrid for £27m and Castles revealed a few details about the deal.
It seems as if Real can buy Reguilon back for €40m (£36.68m), and they only intend to let Spurs have him for two years.
He said: “There is a buy-back option for Real Madrid.
“I understand that buy-back option is €40m, it’s been reported as €45m, but the information I have is €40m.
“Either way, the intention [of] Real Madrid is to bring the player back in two years’ time.”
Are you happy with this news?
No, I want him to stay longer
Yes, seems fair enough
The Spaniard was brilliant for Sevilla last season, earning an average rating of 7.10 in La Liga and 7.23 in the Europa League.
Spurs were competing with Manchester United for his signature, but in the end, it was Tottenham who won the race, although, if Castles’ information is correct, it would seem as if he may not be staying at Spurs very long.
It will be interesting to see how this deal works out for Spurs because if he can replicate his performances from last season, then Tottenham look to have signed a good player, who could provide even more competition in that left-back area.
However, if all goes to plan for Real, then Tottenham will not have Reguilon for very long, so it will be intriguing to see how he does in the Premier League.