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Romano gives the ‘here we go’ as Tottenham star finds new club after premature loan return

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Tottenham star Sergio Reguilon secures second loan move of the season; now off to Brentford

After embarking on a very unsuccessful loan spell in the first half of the season with Manchester United, Tottenham left-back Sergio Reguilon has now secured a temporary move to London rivals Brentford for the rest of the season.

He was last part of a Premier League matchday squad for Tottenham in April 2022 and remained on the bench in a goalless draw against…Brentford. In August 2022, he moved to Atletico Madrid on loan for the entire season, and it was only after his spell there that he switched to United.

Reguilon made 12 appearances across three competitions for Erik ten Hag’s side. The returns of Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia from their respective injury layoffs meant Reguilon was surplus to requirements at Old Trafford and they triggered the break clause this January. With Destiny Udogie and Bryan Gil slotted in comfortably, Reguilon is surplus to requirements at Hotspur Way as well, and that is why, as Fabrizio Romano via Twitter notes, the Lilywhites have sanctioned a loan switch for the player to Brentford for the rest of the season.

His move to Brentford will have no buy clause involved. The Bees, struggling to keep up with the injury to first-choice left-back Rico Henry see themselves forced to play Nathan Collins as a left-back and have also tried featuring Keane Lewis-Potter as a left wingback.

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With Reguilon in the side, manager Thomas Frank can play his preferred 4-3-3 without having to resort to makeshift adjustments at the last moment.

Brentford are a club that likes to play an attacking brand of football and that is something they would have kept in mind before making a move for Reguilon, who is a very attacking full-back by nature.

Sergio Reguilon would hope to make a place for himself at Tottenham next season.
Sergio Reguilon would hope to make a place for himself at Tottenham next season.

He has an actual chance to create a lasting impact at the GTech Community Stadium and resurrect his career after the disastrous move to Manchester United.

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From Tottenham’s perspective, they will hope that the Bees manage an injury-prone player well, but most importantly, give him opportunities to shine and show his actual worth. His contract at Spurs expires in 2025 (Transfermarkt) and any chances of an extension surely rely on this loan move and how successful it becomes for all parties involved.

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