Sergio Reguilon’s time at Manchester United has come to an early end, as he returns to Tottenham Hotspur following the conclusion of his loan spell.
His departure leaves United in need of additional support at left-back. The team has been hampered by injuries in that position, with Tyrell Malacia sidelined for most of the season and Luke Shaw also struggling with fitness.
Despite these challenges, United is not expected to be a big spender in the upcoming January transfer window. The club’s financial strategy, influenced by Profit and Sustainability rules, will likely result in a more conservative approach after their substantial £200 million investment in players over the summer.
In light of these constraints, United’s ongoing communications with Tottenham could pave the way for Ryan Sessegnon to join the team at Old Trafford.
This potential move has been reported by the Independent, which notes United’s intention to explore the possibility of acquiring Sessegnon, leveraging their existing rapport with Tottenham.