‘I would settle it’: Sky pundit urges £32m Tottenham player to join Manchester United

Jamie O’Hara has urged Sergio Reguilon to secure a transfer from Tottenham Hotspur to Manchester United.

Following Luke Shaw’s injury, Manchester United are on the lookout for a replacement for the left-back before the summer 2023 transfer window closes on Friday.

With Sergio Reguilon falling out of favor under Ange Postecoglou at Tottenham Hotspur, he is expected to leave while the folks at Old Trafford are dying to get him on board.

Given the player’s attitude at Spurs, O’Hara told Manchester United, who are set to play in the Champions League this season, to “take him” and “get him a cab” if necessary, he said Sky sports news (08/28/23).

Following his £32m transfer from Real Madrid in 2020, things didn’t work out for the 26-year-old at Hotspur Way (Sky Sports) – Since then he has been loaned out twice.

Well, O’Hara wants him gone for good this time, and given Manchester United need that left-back, there’s a chance he might join, with O’Hara sharing his thoughts.

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“Reguilon, I’d love to take him,” O’Hara said of Manchester United’s interest. “I would take the taxi. I would fix it for him. No problem.”

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Tottenham and Manchester United need to get rid of deadwood

As the summer transfer window approaches the last few days, fans of both clubs wish their teams do more business.

But it seems like deadwood will have to be cleared out before they can push as much as they want in terms of revenue.

From Harry Maguire to Eric Dier, the English duo have yet to play a minute this season. Gareth Southgate names his squad for the upcoming internationals on Thursday, you just know what’s going to happen.

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