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PSG considering Reguilon to replace Kurzawa -report

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Real Madrid could sell him if the offer is right given that they already have Marcelo and Mendy, according to RMC.

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Paris Saint-Germain are considering Real Madrid left-back Sergio Reguilón to replace Kurzawa next season, given that the French defender is not going to extend his contract with PSG. That’s what RMC reported this weekend.

Reguilón is spending the 2019-2020 season with Sevilla on a loan deal and his future in Madrid is a bit uncertain, given that both Marcelo and Mendy are under contract in the Spanish capital. Reguilón has performed well this season but would be behind both left-backs if Marcelo stays in Madrid —it’s safe to assume that Mendy will—. Everything could change if Marcelo and Los Blancos decide to part ways and that could ultimately give Reguilón a chance to compete with Mendy for the starting spot.

Ultimately, Real Madrid could also extend Reguilon’s loan deal in Sevilla until the end of Marcelo’s contract —summer of 2022— but the Spanish defender could become impatient if he keeps performing in La Liga.

Marcelo has lost his starting spot as Madrid’s left-back and could decide to spend the last few years of his career elsewhere, although he’s turned down offers to join other big clubs like Juventus in the past.

In the end, if PSG’s offer for Reguilón is solid and Marcelo decides to stay, Madrid could decide to sell the young defender and keep their current left-backs for the next two seasons.