Sevilla have presented themselves as an option for Tottenham Hotspur’s Sergio Reguilón after Antonio Conte left him out of the squad for the pre-season tour to South Korea.

The left-back spent a season on loan at the La Liga side and his displays had convinced them to retain him. The 25-year-old then rejected them in favour of move to Spurs in 2020.

Reguilón has not managed to convince Conte, which is why a move away from Tottenham could be on the cards this summer.

AS now state Sevilla are not the only club looking to sign the Spain international as there are other sides in the mix. The player handles big offers from some of the top European clubs.

Despite all this, Reguilón ‘doesn’t close the door’ to a return to Sevilla because the Spurs defender values Julen Lopetegui’s side a lot. 

It will be a ‘slow-cooked operation’ as the Andalusian club are not in a position to match his current salary at Tottenham.

If the La Liga side manage to secure the fullback’s signature, then it will be their sporting director, Monchi, giving a ‘great blow to the market’.

Reguilón aspires to go to the World Cup with Spain and a move to Sevilla could help him improve his chances of going to Qatar. A potential deal will not move quickly because it will be a ‘slow-cooked operation’.