When The Athletic broke the news on Tuesday that Tottenham Hotspur were in talks with Real Madrid to sign both Gareth Bale and Sergio Reguilon, it was understandable that most Spurs fans were a tad more excited about the potential return of their former superstar goalscorer than the arrival of a far less high profile left-back.

Bale was a phenomenon during his first spell as a Tottenham player for sure, but it is arguable that at this stage of their respective careers Reguilon is more likely to make a bigger splash in the Premier League for them over the next few years.

Spurs are getting a player who, over the last two seasons, has developed from a bit-part reserve at Real into a Europa League winner on loan at Sevilla last season and likely the first choice left-back for Spain at next summer’s European Championship.

The diminutive but combative full-back brings plenty of the bite that Jose Mourinho has claimed is missing from his side, while also…





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