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Real Madrid set to make transfer decision on Sergio Reguilon

Sergio Reguilon, Real Madrid
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Real Madrid are set to make a transfer decision on in-demand left-back Sergio Reguilon, with Sevilla, Manchester United, and Arsenal all awaiting the verdict.

Reguilon, who was loaned out to Sevilla last season, was nothing short of outstanding at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, helping the Andalusian side win the Europa League.

Despite enjoying a stellar campaign in both La Liga and Europe, the 23-year-old left-back may not be playing for Real Madrid next term.

Zinedine Zidane is said to be preferring Ferland Mendy as his first-choice left-back while also has Marcelo as a back-up option.

Therefore, the French manager will have to decide on whether to send Reguilon away on another temporary journey or offload him permanently.

Sevilla would like to retain the up-and-coming Spaniard, and another loan deal may favor the Spanish giants over the Premier League suitors.

But, Arsenal and Manchester United are keen to buy the highly-rated youngster outright.

According to Spanish outlet Marca, Reguilon could be available for £20million if Real Madrid opt to put him up for sale.

The Red Devils are on the lookout for new defensive options, with Ole Gunner Solskjaer seeking a long-term replacement for injury-prone Luke Shaw.

The Englishman endured another underwhelming season, opening the way to the young Brandon Williams to showcase his potential.

Yet, Solskjaer wants a more reliable wide defender to help United close the gap on Manchester City, Chelsea, and Liverpool in the next season’s title race.

Meanwhile, Mikel Arteta, who deployed Bukayo Saka out of his natural position last season, is also eager to bolster his defense.

With Saka still too inexperienced to carry the entire season out, and Sead Kolasinac heading back to Schalke 04, the Spaniard wants to add a new left-back to his roster.