Sergio Reguilon salary: How much does the Man Utd transfer target earn?

Manchester United are reportedly interested in Real Madrid defender Sergio Reguilon. The left-back spent the 2019/20 season on loan at Sevilla and appears set to leave the Bernabeu again during the transfer window.

How much does Sergio Reguilon earn?

According to WTFOOT, Reguilon takes home around £‭36,538 per week.

During his loan spell with Sevilla, the 23-year-old helped the side win the Europa League.

Speaking about his future last month, Reguilon told Marca: “If my year at Sevilla had not been good, then this would not be happening. These teams would not ring.

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“If I am fine, the team is fine and the club is fine, everyone is happy.

“But I do not think about these possibilities now – I’m sorry if that sounds like a cliché.

“I’ve been saying since quarantine that until the season isn’t over I won’t be talking about my future.

“Until then it would be unfair on myself, my team-mates and the club.


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“I have no complaints about anything, about the city, the club, my colleagues.

“I feel very loved. Who knows what will happen in the future.”

According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, United have the chance to sign Reguilon this summer.

“Reguilon has been offered to Man Utd and they’re gonna decide soon,” Romano wrote on Twitter.

Reguilon joined Real’s youth academy at the age of eight.

In 2015, he was sent on loan to Segunda Division B side UD Logrones for the season.

His loan spell lasted just a few months and he returned to Real but was loaned back to Logrones in 2016.

This time, he became a regular starter and scored eight goals during the campaign.

The Spaniard was promoted to Real’s first-team for the 2018/19 season and made his senior debut in the 1-0 Champions League defeat at CSKA Moscow.

He made his league debut in a 2-0 win over Real Valladolid before completing his loan move to Sevilla.

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