Manchester United are closing in on sealing a transfer for Sergio Reguilon after negotiations with Real Madrid reach 'maximum intensity'.
That is according to Marca, who claim the fee will be around €25million (£23m).
The 23-year-old left-back has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford in order to provide Luke Shaw and Brandon Williams with stiff competition.
Shaw has an inconsistent fitness record while Williams looked shaky at times towards the end of last season. Williams is also only 20 and expected to progress well in the next few years.
Reguilon was on loan at Sevilla last season where he had a hand in La Liga side winning the Europa League.
His performances domestically also saw him voted left-back of the season.
But despite all this Real Madrid seem happy to let the youngster go. Zinedine Zidane is a big fan of Marcelo's and it seems the Brazilian will not be displaced in the starting XI.
The Spanish publication believe that Reguilon is also keen on a move to United over other interested parties.
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It was reported recently that Totteham were keen to rival United for his signature, with the potential of Jose Mourinho getting one over on his old club.
But it seems this isn't the case with negotiations taking one step further in United's favour.
Real are still said to be keen on a buy-back clause for Reguilon which Ed Woodward and Co. are not fans of.
However if this obstacle can be ironed out it seems a deal will be done for the Spanish youngster.
And it will probably give Shaw and Williams plenty to think about.
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