Reguilon has just returned to Real Madrid after an impressive credit spell at the Ramon Sánchez-Pizjuán Stadium in 2019-20.
Reguilon goes day by day from the Zidane’s squad
Sevilla’s director of football, Monchi, has played down any hope of signing Manchester United-linked defender Sergio Reguilon. While also denying transfer negotiations with Chelsea’s Marcos Alonso. Reguilon has just returned to Real Madrid after an impressive credit spell at the Ramon Sánchez-Pizjuán Stadium in 2019-20. The 23-year-old played 36 appearances for Sevilla in all competitions, scoring three goals and providing four assists to help Julen Lopetegui’s side finish fourth in LaLiga and win the Europa League. Although he has proven himself in both the domestic and European stages in Andalusia. It was reported that he would not feature in Zinedine Zidane’s plans in Madrid when the new season kicks off later this month. The Spain international opened the door for a possible departure from Madrid before the international break, telling reporters: “I’m going day by day.”
Manchester United and Tottenham are interested in Reguilon
“Real is my home, but it’s not easy. I’m bearing everything in mind”. Several high-profile potential suitors have been attributed to an interest in Reguilon in recent weeks, including the Premier League duo United and Tottenham. At the same time, Sevilla was inclined to try to get him back to the club. Monchi says that while the talented left-back would be welcomed back to Lopetegui’s side with open arms. Sevilla is not in a strong enough financial position to broker a permanent transfer. The 51-year-old said: “Regarding the question about Reguilon, I already said it, we would like him to be here. But it is difficult because there are powerful rivals that we are not able to fight financially.
“We are in a health and economic crisis, so we are going to put it down when it comes to quantities. Fortunately, it caught us in good circumstances, but the crisis also affects Sevilla FC. We make investments that we deem appropriate to strengthen the squad”. Sevilla have also been closely associated with Alonso. His place in starting XI Chelsea is likely to be under serious threat after the arrival of Ben Chilwell from Leicester. Monchi insists that there is no contact between the two clubs. He added: “Sevilla haven’t made any approach for Marcos Alonso.”