Real Madrid defender Sergio Reguilon has opted for Premier League giants Manchester United ahead of a return to Sevilla having spent the entirety of the last campaign with the Europa League champions.
According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, Sergio Reguilon wants Manchester United at the expense of returning to Sevilla.
Sergio Reguilon was a major part of the Sevilla defence as the club won the Europa League title by beating Inter Milan 3-2 in the final. The Spaniards had to come from behind to win the game.
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In their response to Sergio Reguilon’s decision, Sevilla are closing in on the signing of another left-back Marcos Acuna from Sporting Lisbon in Portugal.
Fabrizio Romano also said that Real Madrid have set €30m as the asking price for Sergio Reguilon but Manchester United are not ready to pay that amount.
The Red Devils see Sergio Reguilon as an option at left-back and are not ready to dance to the tune of the bosses at the Estadio Santiago Bernebeu.
In addition to the €30m transfer fee, Real Madrid also want to insert a buyback clause into his contract.
Sergio Reguilon is highly rated at Real Madrid but the club wants more experience for the 23-year-old before he can stake a claim for a shirt at the club.