Real Madrid left-back Sergio Reguilon may well reject a move to Manchester United and join Sevilla on a season-long loan for a second successive campaign, according to AS.
The Madrid-based publication say the Red Devils are “willing” to pay €30m (£28m) for the 23-year-old but the player is leaning towards staying in Spain.
Reguilon has not yet given up on his dream of becoming a regular starter for Real and he is hoping that another season out on loan would benefit his chances of getting back into manager Zinedine Zidane’s first-team plans.
At Sevilla, he would be playing in the Champions League, under a manager in Julen Lopetegui who has complete faith in him. It would, therefore, be a move which has less risk attached to it.
However, Real are very keen to sell Reguilon, with reports in recent weeks suggesting that the fullback has also been offered to Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham. It remains to be seen where the defender will end up once the transfer window shuts.