Sergio Reguilon names the Manchester United player who has most helped him settle

United signed Reguilon as a stop-gap replacement for Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia on deadline day as their two senior left-backs were injured. Tottenham allowed the Spanish defender to move to Old Trafford at short notice and he made his debut against Brighton on Saturday.

Reguilon was unable to stop United from being swept aside by their latest Premier League opponents. However, the ex-Real man, who rubbed shoulders with Casemiro at the iconic Santiago Bernabeu earlier in his career, is still feeling positive about the spell at his new &aposhome&apos.

As quoted by MUFC media channels, on-loan Reguilon said: “I really have so many good memories with him. A lot of games, training sessions and trips with him.

“He sent me a message on the first day when I arrived here. He said he could help me if I needed anything at all to do with the club – or my house. He said he was here for anything that I needed. I&aposm really grateful to him.”