Sergio Reguilon hints at Tottenham transfer for Bryan Gil after 'liking' post about former Sevilla team-mate's move

SERGIO REGUILON has dropped a huge hint that Tottenham are set to sign Bryan Gil from Sevilla.

The Spurs left-back liked a tweet linking his former team-mate to the North Londoners to send the rumour mill into overdrive.


Tottenham are reportedly close to signing Gil in a £21.5million-plus-Erik Lamela swap deal.

The North Londoners will reportedly part with the cash plus add-ons, as well as Argentine winger Lamela, in order to land the former Arsenal target.

Barcelona and Real Madrid were also said to be keen on the winger towards the end of last season.

But Spurs have stolen a march and will complete the deal soon, according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano.

And that news seems to have delighted Gil's former team-mate Reguilon, 24 who was quick to the like button.

The pair played together for six months while Reguilon was on loan at Sevilla from Real Madrid.

And they could reunite their partnership again soon if Spurs seal the seal.

Gil, 20, burst onto the scene in LaLiga last season.

He spent the campaign on loan at Eibar where he scored four goals and bagged three assists in 28 league games for the club.

The Gunners were keen on the youngster in April.

He has a £43m release clause in his Sevilla contract – which runs until 2023.

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But Spurs appear to have got around that by including Lamela, 29, as part of the deal.

Gil, nicknamed 'Little Cruyff', is highly rated and his performances earned him a call up to the Spain squad for their World Cup qualifiers against Greece and Georgia in March.

The three-cap international also played 90 minutes in La Roja's 4-0 friendly win against Lithuania in June.

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