‘It was very easy’: £53,000-a-week loanee really happy to move on from Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur are doing very well at the moment under head coach Ange Postecoglou, but it seems that Sergio Reguilon doesn’t miss Spurs at all and is happy at Manchester United.

Sergio Reguilon joined Manchester United on loan from Tottenham Hotspur on the final day of the summer transfer window.

Reguilon didn’t always have the best of times at Spurs.

United wanted to sign Marc Cucurella from Chelsea, but the Red Devils were unable to complete a deal with the Blues.

Reguilon is starting to make an impact at United and is playing well.

Tottenham Hotspur’s Sergio Reguilon is happy at Manchester United

United manager Erik ten Hag has praised the £53,000-a-week (Spotrac) Left-back for his willingness and commitment.

There are also speculation that United are happy with Reguilon and could make his loan deal permanent.

Sergio Reguilon
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And based on Reguilon’s recent comments, it seems the 26-year-old wouldn’t hesitate for a second to leave Tottenham permanently and join United permanently.

As you can see below, the former Real Madrid left-back is clearly very happy at Old Trafford.

The left-back has made 54 appearances in the Premier League in his career so far.

Reguilon has scored two goals, provided six assists and kept 13 clean sheets in those games.

Tottenham Hotspur should sell Sergio Reguilon

In our opinion, Tottenham Hotspur should benefit from Sergio Reguilon at the end of the season.

The fact that Ange Postecoglou has decided to loan Reguilon in the summer of 2023 shows that the Tottenham head coach does not rate him highly.

Reguilon is under contract with Tottenham until summer 2025.

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Emma Bowman

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