Spanish defender Sergio Reguilon is currently on loan at Manchester United.
The Red Devils signed him as a short-term solution after injuries to Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia.
According to Estadio Deportivo, there is a ‘real possibility’ that the defender could land up at Tottenham when the transfer window opens in January.
Apparently Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag was never really keen on signing him, but he had to sign the player in order to cope with the injury crisis. It seems that the Dutchman is now prepared to open the exit door for the Spanish left-back next month.
It remains to be seen whether he returns to Spurs in the coming weeks. He has failed to establish himself as a regular starter at the north London club and a return to Tottenham might not be ideal for him.
He needs to play at this stage of his career and he will not get that opportunity at Tottenham. Destiny Udogie has established himself as the first-choice left-back at Tottenham and Reguilon would probably be the fourth-choice left-back at the club if he returns.
It will be interesting to see if Tottenham can find another club for him in January so that he can look to get his career back on track with ample first-team action. He was regarded as a top-class talent before his move to Tottenham but his career has clearly gone downhill since the move to the Premier League.