Reguilon also distinguished himself on loan with Sevilla in 2019/20 and spoke of the lack of opportunity at Madrid. “I am no longer with Los Blancos because it wasn’t up to me,” he said in an interview.

Sergio lacked an opportunity at Real Madrid

Tottenham left-back Sergio Reguilon had a fantastic start to the season with his new side, assisting in three goals in just eight games for the London-based side since moving from Real Madrid. He also distinguished himself on loan with Sevilla in 2019/20 and spoke of the lack of opportunity at Madrid. “I am no longer with Los Blancos because it wasn’t up to me,” he said in an interview. “My conscience is clear; you cannot be annoyed with decisions that you cannot make. I never spoke about this with Zinedine Zidane. I communicate very well with Luca Zidane and have never had any problems with him. Quite the opposite, and we are still in contact. The news that Luca and I did not get on is false.”

Jose Mourinho is an amazing person for Reguilon

“Madrid side gave me everything, and it will always be a special club for me.” However, he does not want to face them in the Europa League this season. “If you weren’t stupid, that would be awful,” he said when that scenario was put to him. “Real Madrid will make their way through the group stages of the Champions League and sort themselves out.” Reguilon also spoke about his new coach at Tottenham, Jose Mourinho. “He’s an amazing person, and I’ve learned a lot in a short time,” said the left-back. “He surprised me positively; he has a lot of great features.” After being called up for the Spanish side several times, Reguilon insists that he is getting more comfortable playing for Spain.

“In the national team, I’m usually with Sergio Ramos, Marcos Llorente, Kepa, Inigo Martinez and Alvaro Morata, as you have to be in a group of six due to COVID-19 reasons,” Sergio stated. “I feel more and more comfortable here. There is a lot of competition for the left-back position, and I am pleased to have kept my place in the team.”