Sergio Reguilon
Defender   2020-

 

Full name : – Sergio Reguilon Rodriguez

Born on 16t December 1996, Madrid, Spain.

Height :  1.78  m  (5′ 10″)

Weight :   kg  (st  lbs)

 

Sergio Reguilon was a surprise signing by Spurs in the 2020 summer transfer window, with the speedy left back receiving rave reviews for the time he spent on loan at Sevilla in 2019-20, resulting in a Europa League final win over Internazionale. 

His club, Real Madrid, had Reguilon on their books since 2005, when the defender was just eight years old, but after featuring for their B team – Castilla – he was allowed to go out on loan to Logrones to gain some much needed first team playing time.   The move only brought him 12 games, so he returned to the Bernabeu, but only into the reserves, who played in the Third Division.  Surprisingly, another season long loan with Logrones was agreed, with Reguilon winning a place in the side and this was reflected in his performances, which included a four goal haul against Athletic Bilbao, as he went on to make 48 appearances for the Second Division side.

On his return to Real Madrid, Sergio was brought into the first team squad where he played 22 times in season 2018-19, before it was decided to let him go out on loan once more, with a move to Sevilla.  In a season disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic, he played 38 games, including a 3-2 win in the final over Internazionale.  His dynamic forward play from his left back position and pace to recover situations marked him out as a player of immense potential.  This is why it was so odd that Los Blancos were willing to let him leave for Tottenham.  They did insert a condition in the sale contract allowing them to buy him back for £15 million in the summers of 2021 and 2022, but the defender has to agree to the move, which could be likely as he has said that he wants to be a regular in their first team.  With a number of big money buys ahead of Reguilon, it probably suited Real to put him out on what appears to be a “permanent” loan.

His initial displays for Spurs showed real promise, with a draw against Chelsea in the League Cup and a 6-1 win at Old Trafford.  His integration into the first team at Tottenham was no doubt helped by the move coinciding with that of his hero Gareth Bale to N17, but he quickly became a well-liked member of the squad and it must be hoped that his happiness in London and with the club might see him knock back any attempt by Real to take him back home.

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Career Record

Club Signed Fee  Debut Apps Goals
Real Madrid Castilla (Spain) Trainee Trainee   ??? 30 2
Logrones (Spain) 5th August 2015 Loan   23rd August 2015 v SD Compostela (Segunda Division B) (away)  lost 0-3 (as a sub) 43 8
Real Madrid (Spain) 25th August 2018 £-   2nd October 2018 v CSKA Moscow (Champions League) (away)  lost 0-1
22 0
Sevilla (Spain) 5th July 2019 Loan   18th August 2019 v Espanyol (La Liga) (away)  won 2-0  (scored once) 38 2
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 19th September 2020 £27,500,000   29th September 2020 v Chelsea (League Cup) (home)  drew 1-1 (won 5-4 on pens)
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Tottenham Hotspur career
 
– League appearances; – goals
 – FA Cup appearances; – goal
 – League Cup appearances; – goals
   – European appearances; – goals

 

Honours
Spain international  (as of 17.10.2020)
Debut :  6th September 2020  v Ukraine (Nations League) (home)  won 4-0
3 full caps; 0 goals

1 Under-21 cap; 0 goals

Club World Cup winner 2018  (Real Madrid)
Europa League winner 2019-20  (Sevilla)

Selected for the Europa League Squad of the Season 2019-20 

 

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