Man United set to battle Tottenham for 23-year-old Spanish defender

Man United set to battle Tottenham for 23-year-old Spanish defender

Tottenham Hotspur are now favourites to sign Real Madrid full-back Sergio Reguilón - according to a report by the usually-reliable David Ornstein of the Athletic.

Tottenham is negotiating a deal with the La Liga champion to re-sign Bale, who is "keen" on joining the English club as well, David Ornstein of The Athletic reported.

United were, however, unwilling to meet Real Madrid's asking price for the player who won the Europa League last season during a successful loan spell at Sevilla.

Madrid are desperate to offload Bale and will consider subsidising a portion of his £600,000 per week wages in order to facilitate the 31-year-old's Premier League return.

Madrid did not want to let go of Reguilon entirely.

Jonathan Barnett, the player's agent, has confirmed this this Tuesday.

Mirim Lee wins a stunner in a playoff at the ANA Inspiration
Korda had led from the first round and had six birdies in her final round but she missed a putt to win it on the last. The trio headed to a sudden-death playoff, and the 94th-ranked Lee birdied the first hole to seal the victory.

The Spanish source have mentioned that Man United are finding it hard to secure the services of Jadon Sancho and therefore, they could hire Bale as an alternative. The Spaniards had to come from behind to win the game.

The report adds that while United's chances of signing Bale hinge on the outcome of their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund star Sancho, Spurs manager Jose Mourinho has made it clear to chairman Daniel Levy that he needs attacking reinforcements to ease the goalscoring burden on Harry Kane.

Meanwhile, United is in talks with Madrid for a transfer deal for Reguilon, according to recent reports from Spain.

In their response to Sergio Reguilon's decision, Sevilla are closing in on the signing of another left-back Marcos Acuna from Sporting Lisbon in Portugal.

The latest story from AS claims Spurs have "taken the lead" for the Real Madrid left-back, and could sign him for around €30m.

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