06 Jul Real Madrid transfer information: Sergio Reguilon joins Sevilla on loan
Both Spanish clubs confirmed the full-back will shell out the 2019-20 year under Julen Lopetegui at Seville
Real Madrid kid Sergio Reguilon has abandoned Santiago Bernabeu to combine Sevilla on a season-long loan, and the La Liga clubs have verified.
The defender has climbed through the ranks at Real Madrid in the past times, having initially joined the team as a youth participant in 2005 at age eight.
Besides 2 loans to lower-division side UD Logrones from 2015-17, Reguilon has mostly showcased for Real Madrid Castilla before last season.
Reguilon made 22 total looks for Real Madrid at 2018-19, for example his professional debut on October 2, 2018 at a Champions League loss to CSKA Moscow ahead of his league debut one month after in a Liga win over Real Valladolid.
The protector came to the initial team beneath Santiago Solari, who favored that the child over Marcelo.
The 22-year old struggled for sport time following Zinedine Zidane’s return as head coach, nevertheless, making two La Liga looks following Solari’s passing.
Madrid spent large in June to earn Ferland Mendy out of Lyon for a first $48 million, a movement that appeared likely to additional limit Reguilon’s odds of routine football following year.
And Sevilla have taken benefit, signing that the full-back on loan to its 2019-20 campaign.
Viernes p presentación… ¡y p fichaje!
— Sevilla Fútbol Club (@SevillaFC) July 5, 2019
Reguilon will join with former Madrid trainer Julen Lopetegui at Seville and becomes the club’s eighth signing of those transfer window.
But, Wissam Ben Yedder is still connected with a move away from Sevilla, together with the France forward allegedly a target for Manchester United if they market Romelu Lukaku.
Sevilla’s sporting manager Monchi, nevertheless, stated on Friday who Sevilla are yet to get any offers for its 28-year old, who struck 18 LaLiga targets last year.
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“There is nothing fresh. He’s just one week left of vacation and will report for pre-season on that the 13th [of July] to go to the United States,” he told reporters.
“From afterward on, the [transfer] marketplace is available and there are chances for almost any player of the squad. As of now, no supply has now arrived.”
Sevilla completed sixth in La Liga last year, and will perform at the Europa League within their forthcoming effort.