MANCHESTER UNITED have reportedly been offered Sergio Reguilon on loan, despite bidding £27million.
The defender enjoyed a breakthrough season playing for Sevilla last season having been loaned out by Real Madrid.
And despite being voted LaLiga's best left-back last term, Bernabeu boss Zinedine Zidane has no plans for Reguilon to stay in the Spanish capital this season.
According to Fabrizio Romano, United have the chance to sign the 23-year-old on loan.
It comes after they already offered £27m to sign him permanently, but Sport say Madrid are undecided on whether they want to let the full-back leave permanently.
If the Spanish champions wish to keep Reguilon on their books, United could have to settle for a loan move.
PSG, Juventus, Napoli and Tottenham are also among those interested in signing the Spaniard.
But United emerge as frontrunners to sign him, with Solskjaer keen to bolster his options at left-back and provide competition for places.
Luke Shaw remains injury prone while Brandon Williams is regarded as one for the future after his emergence.
Reguilon currently has no space in the Madrid side, with Ferland Mendy overtaking Marcelo as the club's preferred left-back.
The defender is also open to spending another year at Sevilla.
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