The young defender reportedly signed a contract with Spurs that will keep him in North London until 2025 (Telegraph).
However, if reports are to be believed, Real Madrid have inserted a buy-back clause into the sale this summer, allowing them to return for their academy graduate in the future.
Fabrizio Romano reported that Tottenham were set to pay €30m for Reguilon, with the buy-back clause set at around €40m or €45m.
He also added that Madrid insisted on a pre-emption clause, meaning that Madrid have the chance to match any future bid for Reguilon.
Reguilon spent last season out on loan to La Liga side, Sevilla and impressed with his 38 games and three goals for the club. The left-back even received his first cap for Spain this year (Wikipedia).
Tottenham now technically have Reguilon, Ben Davies, Danny Rose, Ryan Sessegnon, and Dennis Cirkin all on the books at left-back in North London.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) September 19, 2020
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