Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly both interested in signing Sergio Reguilon from Real Madrid this summer.
The 23-year-old impressed during his loan spell with Sevilla last season, helping the club to win their sixth Europa League title in addition to finishing fourth in La Liga.
Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is thought to prefer Ferland Mendy as his long-term left-back option and has subsequently made Reguilon available for transfer, alerting a host of Europe’s top clubs.
Chelsea had been heavily linked before instead signing Ben Chilwell in a £45m deal from Leicester City, but a move to the Premier League could still be in the offing for Reguilon.
Marca reports that Manchester United and Spurs are both monitoring the Spaniard’s situation, but could face competition for his signature from Italian sides Juventus and Inter Milan, while Sevilla are interested in a permanent deal.
Madrid are expected to demand up to €25m (£22.4m) for Reguilon, who came through the ranks in the Spanish capital but has only made 22 appearances for the first team.