Sergio Reguilón has impressed for Sevilla during his loan stay and Julen Lopetegui would prefer the Real Madrid owned player continue at the club next season.

According to AS, Sevilla will face ‘powerful competition from England’ as Arsenal are one of the ‘main candidates’ for the 23-year-old.

The ‘Premier League awaits you’ is mentioned in the title, and it’s also backed up within the report.

It’s claimed the Premier League could be the ‘best placed’ destination after Zinedine Zidane decided not to include the defender in his plans at the Bernabéu. The French coach wants to bet on Marcelo and Ferland Mendy.

The newspaper states Real Madrid will ask around €25m for the Spaniard and also want a buyback clause, which could be an issue for the Gunners.

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Although Mikel Arteta’s presence at the Emirates ‘influences’ Reguilón, lack of Champions League football weighs against the option to join the north London club. 

Reguilón is managed by Kia Joorabchian and the representative shares a good relationship with Arsenal, something which will be encouraging the rumour.

The agent’s ‘dominance of the English market’ could favour Arteta’s side for the transfer, if other suitors end their interest in the fullback.