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Tottenham Hotspur: Alasdair Gold discusses transfer interest in Sergio Reguilon

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Respected journalist Alasdair Gold has claimed that Tottenham Hotspur defender Sergio Reguilon will be subject to some transfer interest this summer. 

The left-back arrived from Real Madrid in 2020 on a five-year deal for a fee which could rise to £32m. However, while writing for football.london, Gold explained that Spurs will soon have to start paying back the bulk of that fee in the near future.

And despite the fact that the player is still fairly new to the club and reportedly ‘happy’ in north London, it looks as though Reguilon could be on his way out soon.

Indeed, Gold explained in the aforementioned article that unnamed teams are expected to have an ‘interest’ in making a move for the 25-year-old.

He wrote: “Tottenham are understood to have to start paying the £28million this summer to Real Madrid for Reguilon’s 2020 summer signing, with the Spanish club holding a buy back clause to buy him back for around £43million.

“That’s not expected to happen, certainly for that sum, but there is expected to be interest in the Spain international, despite him being happy at Spurs.”

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TIF Thoughts on Sergio Reguilon and Spurs…

According to French outlet Foot Mercato, Spurs have an interest in signing Dutch defender Owen Wijndal, who just so happens to play in the same position as Reguilon.

If that report is accurate, it suggests that Tottenham are hoping to upgrade their current options in the near future. With that in mind, it would certainly come in handy if a number of clubs were prepared to swoop in and sign the Spaniard this summer.

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It feels as though a lot of moving parts will have to fall into place before Reguilon does find himself at a new club. Even so, going from Gold’s claim – and amid the fresh links to Wijndal – it’s not so difficult to envisage the exit door suddenly opening up for the former Real Madrid defender.

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