Medical done: Spurs look to complete first business before deadline day.

Sergio Reguilon
With Fabrizio Romano confirming on Thursday that the Red Devils have reached an agreement with Spurs, Reguilon, who spent last season on loan at Atletico Madrid, is anticipated to finalize a loan swap to United.On deadline day, the left-back was scheduled to go to Manchester for his physical, according to the writer.

The Athletic also reported yesterday night that an agreement had been reached, adding that the 26-year-old will be paid in full for the duration of his stay at the club and that there is a break clause in January.

Sergio Reguilon medical now completed

Given that Reguilon is now rumored to have finished the necessary paperwork before the transfer, it now just seems a matter of time before the transfer is made public.

The former Real Madrid player has successfully finished his physical at Old Trafford after being given clearance to come up north, according to talkSPORT.

The transfers of Tanganga and Reguilon to Augsburg and Manchester United, respectively, appear to be almost finalized. For Hojbjerg, it appears that a potential deal is also on the horizon. Spurs are currently working against the clock to complete the departures of Lloris and Dier in the upcoming hours.


In a related development:

Tottenham ‘ready to go’ for 23-year-old, €35m-rated target is ‘the chosen one’

Perr Schuurs of Torino is allegedly a target for Tottenham Hotspur.

After making an impression in Italy over the past year, the 23-year-old has been linked with a transfer to the Premier League.

Giacomo Morandin, a journalist, claims that Spurs are prepared to go to great lengths to acquire the Dutchman. The player might be acquired for about €35 million. Tottenham, though, wants to get rid of Eric Dier first.

The 23-year-old defender is supposedly ‘the preferred one’ for Spurs, albeit the two clubs have not yet started talks.

Given that players like Japhet Tanganga and Davinson Sanchez may depart the team by nightfall, Tottenham are openly looking for central defenders.

Ashley Phillips and Micky van de Ven have already joined with the North London team. But the side needs to be given additional depth.

Last season, Spurs’ defense was relatively weak, allowing 63 league goals. If Tottenham wants to compete for titles this season and return to the Champions League, the defense needs to be strengthened.

Schuurs has established himself as a good defender in the Italian league, and he possesses the physicality and technical ability required to thrive in England as well.

Along with his defensive qualities, the 23-year-old’s exceptional footwork and distribution abilities will provide a new viewpoint to Tottenham’s offensive. Because Ange Postecoglou prefers fluid offensive play, the Dutchman might help his team build from the back.

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