Tottenham left-back Sergio Reguilon reveals he idolised Son Heung-min before Premier League move
Gil and Reguilon got to know each other in their season-long stint at Spanish club Sevilla and formed a special bond. They discussed the culture at their current club and talked about their relationship both on and off the pitch.
The former Sevilla winger came to the Tottenham Hotspur stadium recently and hasn’t had the chance to really make an impact but at 20, the youngster hopefully has a long way to go with the North London club. On the other hand, Reguilon has almost cemented a first-team position at left-back with the Lilywhites.
The 24-year-old wing-back has become a dependable asset for Spurs and in a candid interview revealed a lot about his personal and professional life. The duo also shared that they had a very strong bond with each other ever since their days at Sevilla and that has always stayed with them.
The Spanish wing-back went on to reveal that he idolized Son Heung-Min before he could make the move to the Premier League. The South Korean winger has made a big name for himself at N17 alongside superstar striker, Harry Kane.
“I was a big Son fan!… Yes, I loved Son.”
The Spanish duo also went on to suggest that they want to keep growing as players and that they still had a long way to go in their footballing career. Bryan also stated that he wanted to adapt as quickly as possible so that he could make a lasting impact with Spurs.
Both of the Tottenham Hotspur players seemed to agree on the fact that the game is much more intense and physical in the Premier League as compared to the previous places where they have played. They also spoke about the cultural differences that exist in England.
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The Lilywhites have had a mixed start to the season so far and Nuno Espirito Santo would be hoping to turn things around and help Spurs compete at a higher level more consistently. 24-year-old Reguilon has already established himself as a regular player but Gil will be hoping to make an impact and impress with his new club as soon as possible.