Manchester United are working on a deal to bring Real Madrid defender Sergio Reguilon to Old Trafford.
The Spanish left-back find himself behind Marcelo and Ferland Mendy in the pecking order at Madrid, and United could use that as an opportunity to sign a top class prospect.
What that means for Luke Shaw and Brandon Williams remains to be seen but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should be pushing the board to allow him strengthen multiple areas.
Reguilon would be a positive addition and I hope United can get a deal over the line in the coming days.
The latest update is a positive one from reputable journalist Fabrizio Romano, who says talks are progressing between United and Madrid over the full-back.
Madrid want to include a ‘buy back clause’ but United are having none of it.
Talks progressing between Manchester United and Real Madrid to reach the total agremeent for Sergio Reguilon. The two clubs are discussing about the ‘buy back clause’ that #MUFC won’t accept. Reguilon and his agents have positive feelings – he wants to join. 🔴 #MUFC #RealMadrid
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) September 15, 2020
The fact Reguilon’s agents are positive about a deal is encouraging but this things can change quickly.
Look at how confident everyone was about United signing Jadon Sancho two months ago compared to now?
The press in Spain are all over this story, so we’ll keep digging for intel.