Sergio Reguilon is still waiting to make his Manchester United debut after joining the club on a season-long loan from Tottenham.
With Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia injured, Erik ten Hag brought the Spanish left-back to Old Trafford, and he is fit and raring to go.
Reguilon has another Premier League chance after slipping down the pecking order at SpursGetty
The 26-year-old’s time in the Premier League has been mixed, but this could prove to be an inspired signing if he gets game time.
Will Reguilon make his Man United debut this weekend?
Reguilon joined the Red Devils on transfer deadline day and was thrown into the matchday squad for the game against Arsenal.
But he was an unused substitute in a 3-1 defeat at the Emirates as Ten Hag elected to play Diogo Dalot at left-back.
However, with the Champions League about to get underway, we should start to see some more rotation from United.
The Red Devils face Brighton at Old Trafford next, which looks a very tough match, but then they play Bayern Munich in the Champions League, so Reguilon is more likely to be involved at the weekend.
His chances of regular game time will also be boosted by Shaw and Malacia being out.
Reguilon is waiting for his debutGetty
Malacia has yet to play a minute and missed the majority of pre-season, while Shaw is expected to be out for an extended period of time, so Reguilon will get his chance.
Since joining Tottenham in the summer of 2020, the left-back has made 67 appearances, including 52 in the top-flight.
But he found himself shipped out on loan to Atletico Madrid last year, where he managed to play just 12 times.
So this is an opportunity for him stake a claim and rebuild his career.
However, if he’s thrown in against Brighton, that could be a real baptism of fire.
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