As indicated by a report in Wednesday’s paper release of AS, through Sport Witness, Chelsea is ‘in the number one spot’ to sign Real Madrid defender Sergio Reguilon – with the Galacticos hoping to offload him in spite of a great season on loan at Sevilla.
According to the report, Zinedine Zidane’s side ‘like’ the 23-year-old however don’t see him in their arrangements next season – they are along these lines open to any potential purchasers who could take Reguilon for a sensible expense.
Madrid clearly esteems their left-back at around £22.5 million, which is a significant option to profoundly connected Chelsea target Ben Chilwell – who could cost just about four times as much at £80 million according to the Times.
Chelsea may have the advantage in signing Reguilon as well, with AS claiming he is keen on a potential move to the Premier League despite Napoli wanting him.
Beginning 29 matches, Reguilon is a proficient attacking full-back who wants to cover and string key passes through to colleagues.
He gave an assist in his recent game against Man United to help Sevilla through to the final, he could be a major event player and ideal expansion for the Blues.
Regardless of whether Marina Granovskaia focuses on the left-back is yet to be seen, however, he may be a sound Chilwell alternative.
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