Tottenham defender Sergio Reguilon may have already played his final game for Tottenham,
That’s according to former Spurs keeper and Sky Sports pundit Paul Robinson, who believes that Reguilon’s time at Tottenham is likely coming to an end, stating that he doesn’t see the Spanish left-back fitting into the Ange Postecoglou’s team.
Robinson acknowledged the challenges of determining player departures until the manager is certain about potential replacements.
He further suggested that late exits from Tottenham might depend on the arrivals during the January transfer window.
Speaking to Tottenham News, he said:
“I don’t think he’ll come back to Spurs, I don’t think he’ll fit into the squad, unless they’re really that threadbare with injuries and he can’t get players through the door.”
“January’s a big month for a lot of players at Spurs regarding who comes in, because I don’t think a lot of players’ futures can be decided until the manager knows what he can get through the door.”
“You might see a couple of late exits from Tottenham depending on the arrivals, but Reguilon’s one for me who it looks like his time’s up.”
He has returned to Spurs this month after Manchester United triggered the break clause in his deal, cancelling his loan early and sending him back to North London.
The 27-year-old is reportedly attracting interest from several clubs, with Brentford being the latest to express interest in signing him. Romano confirmed that the Bees and Spurs have already engaged in discussions regarding a potential move.
It is reported that the final decision lies with the Spaniard regarding his preferred destination.