“I was a bit sad but things like this happen in football. My conscience is clear because I knew I did my very best in every single match so that the team could do the very best,” said Reguilon.
“People in Real Madrid love me quite a lot and that’s something I value. It was a bit sad but I know that one day I will be able to succeed there. It’s a lot tougher because there’s a lot of competition. It’s not usual that a player from the academy gets to play for the first team and it’s even tougher for them to stay for the long term. I hope to be there some day,” he added.
Reguilon also wanted to say that he will give his very best for Sevilla next season, no matter that he is on a loan deal.
“People think that just because I’m on a loan deal from Real Madrid I’m not going to play hard. I’m not a guy who does interviews, I speak on the field. I want the fans to judge me for what they see on the pitch,” concluded the Spanish left-back.