Tottenham could hold talks to sell £27m player to South Korea this week

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Sevilla want to re-sign Sergio Reguilon and could hold talks with Tottenham Hotspur this week before facing off in a friendly.

Tottenham flew to South Korea for their pre-season tour with Son Heung-min, unsurprisingly, to an incredible reception.

Yet, while many Tottenham players are enjoying the love of Korean fans, some have been left at home by Antonio Conte.

Left-back Reguilon was one of them as he was left out of Tottenham’s traveling squad alongside Tanguy Ndombele, Giovani Lo Celso and Harry Winks.

All five players are expected to leave Tottenham after receiving this news, with Reguilon potentially returning to Spain.

Sevilla want to re-sign Sergio Reguilon

Estadio Deportivo report that Sevilla would like to re-sign Reguilon, two years after his loan spell from Real Madrid ended.

Sevilla have just cleared Ludwig Augustinsson to join Aston Villa and will now need another left-back in his place.

Reguilon is seen as a player who can provide excellent competition for Marcos Acuna at left-back, but finances are an issue.

Sevilla can’t afford to buy Reguilon and are only asking for a loan move for the Tottenham man.

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Whether Tottenham would accept that remains to be seen, but talks between Spurs and Sevilla could take place this week.

Reguilon may not be in South Korea this week, but Tottenham and Sevilla are and face off in a friendly this weekend.

This can be a perfect opportunity for officials from both teams to sit down and talk about a potential deal for Reguilon.

It’s clear that the Spaniard simply doesn’t have a future under Antonio Conte; Ryan Sessegnon and new signing Ivan Perisic are ahead of him in the left-wing back pecking order.

Tottenham paid £27million to sign Reguilon in 2020 after shining at Sevilla and a return to Andalusia could now be on the cards.

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In other news, Leeds and Newcastle target could join Wolves for £20.5m

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