BIG TRANSFER: Bundesliga Giant Sends bid for £32m Spurs Star, HE could leave in January

As we approach the January transfer window it’s clear that Daniel Levy is going to be very busy at Tottenham Hotspur.

The team must sell some of its older players in order to make room for more quality and quantity on its playing roster.

Tottenham does still have a substantial asset on loan, even if players like Eric Dier and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg are typically the first to come to mind when thinking about exits during the January transfer window.

Given how talented Sergio Reguilon is, it may come as a surprise that his last two seasons have been so unsuccessful.

Currently on loan at Manchester United, new sources indicate that Spurs may be able to void the agreement in January if necessary.

The information was shared by journalist Patrick Berger on X, along with a description of Borussia Dortmund’s approach for Reguilon.

“Tottenham LB Sergio Reguilón—on loan with Man United—is B. Dortmund’s top target in the winter, as exclusively reported on Friday,” Berger stated.

“Bild validate our account for today. BVB inquired about a six-month loan. The terms of [Reguilon’s] contract with [Man United] provide a break in January.

Borussia Dortmund approach Tottenham to sign Sergio Reguilon in January window

Maybe Reguilon would be happy to be called back by Spurs from United and sent on another loan.

Since joining Erik ten Hag’s team, the £32 million Spaniard hasn’t exactly improved his reputation; a move to Dortmund may be far more fruitful.

However, with a busy month ahead of them, Tottenham might decide that they don’t need any more interruptions during the January window.

It promises to be an interesting one to watch.

And based on another departure, it appears that Spurs could be improving with just one £4 million defender.

Tottenham supporters should be in for a thrilling January transfer window as there will be a lot of changes.

With so little time to assemble his Spurs team, Ange Postecoglou suddenly has a significant chance.

Spurs’ return to European football must be a given, even though it doesn’t appear to be in doubt right now.

And next month’s signings would undoubtedly encourage a Champions League challenge.


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