Reguilon’s gracious goodbye: A privilege to play for Manchester United

Sergio Reguilon bids a gracious farewell to Manchester United, expressing his gratitude for what he considers a “privilege” to have played for the iconic club.

The Spanish defender’s loan agreement with United concluded as they opted not to extend it, invoking a break clause in the initial deal with Tottenham.

Reguilon made a substantial impact during his stint at Old Trafford, featuring in 12 appearances and stepping up admirably in the absence of injured players like Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia.

While injuries prompted Reguilon’s arrival, Manchester United clarified that they always viewed his signing as a short-term solution until the return of Malacia from a knee injury.

With Shaw’s return to the fold in November after a three-month absence, the circumstances paved the way for Reguilon’s departure.

The 27-year-old defender acknowledges the significance of his time at Manchester United and extends gratitude to the club, fans, and teammates for the experience.

As he returns to Tottenham amid their own injury challenges, Reguilon reflects on his time with the Red Devils as a cherished privilege and wishes the team all the best.

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