Reguilon found himself falling behind Ryan Sessegnon in the pecking order at Tottenham over recent weeks but the Spaniard has started Tottenham’s last two games after the England Under-21 international suffered a hamstring injury against Everton.
According to Romero, Reguilon doesn’t ‘fit into’ Antonio Conte’s long-term plans at Tottenham as a left wing-back.
He asserts that the former Real Madrid man would be open to a return to La Liga in the summer and even dreams of a potential return to Santiago Bernabeu as Marcelo’s replacement.
Romero adds that a move to Camp Nou in the summer is also a possibility for the Tottenham man, with Barcelona on the lookout for Jordi Alba’s long-term replacement.
However, the journalist also said that there are plenty of other left-backs that Barca are also considering, with Valencia’s Jose Gaya on the top of their wishlist.
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Reguilon has shown that he can be a decent squad option but I would not be too disappointed if Real Madrid activated the reported £33.6m buy-back clause this summer (ABC).
I believe that we should be able to sign a decent replacement, who is better suited to playing as a left wing-back, for that sort of money. Besides, Conte also seems to believe that Sessegnon has a high ceiling as a wing-back.
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