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Reggilon could leave in winter…Dortmund inquire about signing him

Sergio Regillon, 27, could be heading to the Bundesliga in the winter transfer window, and Dortmund want him.

Patrick Berger of Germany’s Sky Sports reported on Saturday that “Fran Garcia is on Dortmund’s list. But it will be difficult to sign him. Leguillon is more likely than Garcia.”

“Dortmund have inquired about Leguillon. He is on loan at Manchester United, but there is a clause in his contract that allows them to end the loan early.”

Leguillon joined Tottenham from Real Madrid in 2020. The transfer fee was €30 million and the contract was signed until June 2025. Tottenham had high hopes for the ‘Real product’ and wanted him to be a solid left-back.

Initially, he impressed, but when Antonio Conte arrived, he was pushed aside, and eventually Leguillon was sent out on loan to Atletico Madrid. Enze Postecoglou came in, but his position didn’t change. The arrival of Destiny Udoji from Udinese made things even more difficult.

Leguillon has joined United on loan for the 2023-24 season. According to The Athletic, it’s a one-season loan with a January return clause. There was no loan fee or outright transfer clause, with the Red Devils covering the full cost of his salary.

Reguilon has made 10 official appearances for the Red Devils so far, but hasn’t had much to show for it. With injuries in the defense, he’s been getting some playing time, but it hasn’t been enough.

According to Sky Sports’ Berger, Dortmund want Real Madrid’s Garcia, but it’s a long shot. The next best option is Leguillon, and they have reportedly contacted Tottenham.

With no place at Tottenham, Leguillon could play in the Bundesliga for the first time in his career if the terms are negotiated well. Leguillon has only played in La Liga and the Premier League.

A move to Dortmund would also mean the end of his “best friend” Son Heung-min. Since joining Tottenham, Leguillon and Son have had great chemistry. “I was a big fan of his, I loved him,” he said in a previous interview.




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