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Report – Real Madrid considers exercising Reguilon’s buy-back clause
By Bruce Grove -

Real Madrid is considering using the buy-back clause that they inserted into the deal that took Sergio Reguilon to Tottenham.

The Spanish defender only joined the Lilywhites last summer, but he has become one of the best players at the club.

His fine performances for the Lilywhites have seen him drawn admiration from some teams.

Madrid is looking to bring him back as they question their recent transfer decisions under Zinedine Zidane, according to Sport.

The Spanish giants are having a torrid season and they have just been eliminated from the Spanish Cup by lower league side, Alcoyano.

The report says Madrid is worried that Zidane isn’t patient enough with the club’s youngsters and chooses to return to his established players too soon.

These older players haven’t been getting the job done, and they are thinking about reversing their recent transfer decisions.

Reguilon joined Tottenham for 35m euros and a return to Madrid will cost Los Blancos 10m euros more than the price Spurs paid to sign him.

The Spaniard is enjoying his life in London, but it remains unclear if he would be happy to make a quick return to Madrid.

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Tappaspur
Tappaspur
29 days ago

He really loves his club. It would be like if Kane went to Madrid under the same circumstances. Kane would come back if we wanted him back. If they want him back he’s gone I reckon. Unless unless TOTTENHAM LONDON gets deeply under his skin FAST

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
29 days ago
Reply to  Tappaspur

Ultimately the decision lies with his woman.🌚

East Stand
East Stand
29 days ago

This deal was little better than a loan…

Cabspur
Cabspur
29 days ago
Reply to  East Stand

Well 10mil euros better ,does that cover Gareth?

East Stand
East Stand
29 days ago
Reply to  Cabspur

Panic buy. Great player, but a last minute panic deal along with Bale. Bit of window dressing by Levy, scratch under the surface and there is very little substance or cohesion to Levy’s transfer activity.

As for Hitchen, he needs to go. A total yes man, unlike Mitchell was…

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
30 days ago

Madrid are in money trouble just like Barcelona so I wouldn’t worry, we’d make a nice profit if he was recalled anyway.

HarryKaneIsInOurHearts
HarryKaneIsInOurHearts
30 days ago

Real Madrid could triple/quadruple his salary or more than that if they want to bring him back, buy-back clause figure could be a steal too. If he truly does kick on and become the LB we all think he will be in the next year or two then they will get him back, unless he’s not interested in a huge salary rise…

LIMERICK AL
LIMERICK AL
30 days ago

It’s unclear. Yeah, that’s sums it up.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
30 days ago

This is what has been worrying me… Reg is a future superstar. We have to do all we can to keep him.

Andrew Fraser
Andrew Fraser
29 days ago

Typical Levy ‘masterclass’.

East Stand
East Stand
29 days ago
Reply to  Andrew Fraser

It’s like those clickbait Twitter headlines, it’s hilarious. “Levy masterclass incoming” when a potential transfer is mooted.

The only masterclass that guy has pulled off recently was paying himself two million quid for ‘delivering’ the stadium almost 18 months too late…

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
29 days ago

His girl loving London town is our only hope. How can she be. Everyting lock down.😢

eddie
eddie
29 days ago
Reply to  Tappaspur

So is Madrid.