Sergio Reggilon, 26, is becoming increasingly influential in a Manchester United shirt.

Transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano reported on Thursday (April 24) that “manager Eric ten Hague has been delighted with the impact Leguizar has made since joining on loan”.

“He was sick, but he wanted to play, which speaks volumes about his character and mental strength. He wanted to play and contribute.”

According to reports, not only Ten Haag, but also the club’s staff are happy with Reggilon’s presence. “The staff are happy with Reggilon, both on and off the pitch,” Romano said. He has a great attitude and understands what Van Gaal is asking for. He is a good influence.”

Reguilon has been in a Tottenham shirt since 2020. After failing to establish himself at Real Madrid, he impressed during a loan spell at Sevilla.

He plays as a left fullback and is an active participant in the offense. Overlapping is one of his biggest weapons, thanks to his speed and work rate.

However, his presence dropped significantly in the 2021-22 season. Antonio Conte’s use of a three-back defense meant that Reggilon found himself playing as a wing-back instead of a full-back. It wasn’t easy for him to settle into the unfamiliar position.

Reggilon was removed from Conte’s plans early on. Ivan Perisic joined the squad ahead of the 2022-23 season, but then he left. He went out on loan to Atletico Madrid last season. However, injuries and poor form limited him to 11 appearances in La Liga. He started just two of them. 메이저사이트

Leguillon was also on the release list under Enzi Postecoglou this summer. With the injury to Luke Shaw leaving the club short of a left-back, they signed him on loan.

His performances so far have been satisfactory. He’s started two of the three Premier League games, and he’s brought his trademark energy level and desire to win to the pitch.

So much so, that he’s even been linked with a move. “Leguillon is on his way to securing a full transfer to United,” said Spanish outlet Diario As, “and he has a lot of support among the club’s hierarchy.”