Sergio Reguilón | 2023/24 Performances

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I absolutely love this guy - didn't really rate as a player during his time with us but his passion was never an issue. As well, he's constantly spreading the United love on social media. We seem to have done well with acquiring sound Spanish dudes on our team (however underwhelming their performances may have been.)
 

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We could do with him now. Malacia hasn’t been seen for a year or so and would allow Shaw to move inside one.
 

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Always put in the effort. Can’t fault the lad. Spanish players always seem to be dead sound. Well ours have been anyway
 

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We could do with him now. Malacia hasn’t been seen for a year or so and would allow Shaw to move inside one.
Ye that would have been ideal. Think we’ll go Dalot left with AWB right and Shaw LCB. Dalot seems to have got into good form on the right though so would be ashame to break it up.
 

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I think he was decent. Offensively was quite good, defensively of course with weaknesses. I liked him
 

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I don’t really understand why we ended the loan tbh.

We’ve only got 3 full backs - surely we need 4?

Malacia can’t be relied upon, he’s not kicked a ball in ages for us.
 

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I don’t really understand why we ended the loan tbh.

We’ve only got 3 full backs - surely we need 4?

Malacia can’t be relied upon, he’s not kicked a ball in ages for us.
Perhaps due to FFP restrictions?

We couldn't even strike a loan deal for a striker during the January transfer window.
 

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I don’t really understand why we ended the loan tbh.

We’ve only got 3 full backs - surely we need 4?

Malacia can’t be relied upon, he’s not kicked a ball in ages for us.
Not sure we ended it did we? He's now more or less Brentford's first choice LB so I'm guessing it was a better deal for both him and Spurs for the 2nd half of the season.
 

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I don’t really understand why we ended the loan tbh.

We’ve only got 3 full backs - surely we need 4?

Malacia can’t be relied upon, he’s not kicked a ball in ages for us.
Thought it was Spurs who called time on it. He is their player.
 

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Plus we have Amass coming through. Barring injuries he will be in the first team squad next season
 

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Would've kept him for the season,tbh.
I actually liked what I saw from him in a offensive sense.
 

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I don’t really understand why we ended the loan tbh.

We’ve only got 3 full backs - surely we need 4?

Malacia can’t be relied upon, he’s not kicked a ball in ages for us.
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To be fair, anyone with half brain knew we needed him. Only idiots and Ten Hag defenders argued for letting him go back to his club.

If he was Dutch and more shite we would probably keep him.
 

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At the time I assumed we did it to make room for a different loan. Not really sure what the reasoning was now that that obviously didn't materialize.
The most reliable sources, people like Ornstein and Whitwell, leaned hard into the story that we ended the loan for FFP reasons with an eye to making space in the squad and budget to bring in a striker on loan. The failure of a striker to materialize seems to have been blamed on the fact that we needed to do a bit more in terms of shifting salary and raising money, despite sending players on loan and cancelling the Reguilon deal we were so close to being hit with a charge alongside Everton and Forest that we could not squeeze any incoming deals in before the deadline. I don't know the real state of the clubs finances but reading between the lines that suggests that we might not have been able to afford to keep him even if we wanted to considering we could not afford anyone in his place.