The former Real Madrid defender has impressed throughout his maiden campaign for the North London outfit, achieving a WhoScored rating of 6.95 after starting 16 of Tottenham’s Premier League fixtures.
Reguilon has become somewhat of a fans favourite during his short time with Spurs, thanks to his high-energy, attacking displays down the left-hand side, and the supporters were glad to see him return from a muscle injury late last month.
Therefore, when it was announced that Enrique had opted to go with Barcelona’s Jordi Alba and Valencia’s Jose Gaya for Spain’s upcoming games against Greece, Georgia and Kosovo, many fans were happy to see the 24-year-old stay in the English capital.
“Good news for us but I hope it doesnt knock Reggy confidence”
“Good for Spurs as he’s been injured recently”
“I’m obviously happy but why ????”
“Good. We don’t need him back on the injury list so soon”
“That’s fine – keep his reputation down in Spain and we’ll keep him.”
“Happy about this”
It’s easy to understand why so many Spurs fans feel this way given the impressive performances that Reguilon has put in this season from left-back, and they are evidently hoping this rest during the international break will see him return to his best for the remainder of the season.