The Telegraph have reported that Sergio Reguilon is set to become a Tottenham player today with the announcement to be revealed tomorrow.
We wanted to take a look at the key details involved in the deal (Telegraph):
The transfer itself is expected to be in the region of £27.6m this summer.
Both clubs have agreed to include a buy-back clause in the deal, meaning Real Madrid can get Reguilon back if they meet a certain fee.
Although the buy-back fee has not yet been finalised, it is said to be in the region of £41.4m.
Personal terms are not said to be a problem for Spurs and Reguilon.
The left-back is reportedly set to sign a five-year deal with Tottenham.
Reguilon will reportedly replace Ben Davies as the first-choice left-back in North London.
Manchester United were interested in the player but were unwilling to accept a buy-back clause.
Fabrizio Romano has also claimed that Real Madrid insisted on a pre-emption clause in which they will be given the chance to match a bid for Reguilon from any other club.
Romano also reported that personal terms have already been agreed on a five-year contract.
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