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Man United prioritise attacking signing over Madrid's Reguilon - sources

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Manchester United are monitoring Sergio Reguilon's situation at Real Madrid but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's priority remains bringing in attacking reinforcements before the transfer deadline, sources have told ESPN.

United have been made aware through intermediaries that Reguilon, who spent last season on loan at Sevilla, is available.

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The left-back impressed Solskjaer during United's Europa League semifinal defeat to Sevilla in August and although there have been discussions internally about whether the 23-year-old would improve the squad, the club are focused on strengthening their forward line.

Reports in Spain have suggested Madrid would demand a buy-back clause in any deal for Reguilon, who made his senior debut for Spain this month, before letting him leave.

Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho remains Solskjaer's primary target but negotiations around the fee, wages and payments to agents are proving difficult.

United have signed midfielder Donny van de Beek from Ajax for €39 million but Solskjaer and assistant Mike Phelan are keen for more arrivals before the Oct. 5 deadline.

Left-back and centre-back are areas Solskjaer would like to address, but having spent heavily on his defence last summer, the priority is injecting more goals and creativity into the team in the final weeks of the transfer window.

Meanwhile, sources have told ESPN that midfielder James Garner is in talks over a loan move to Championship side Huddersfield.

The 19-year-old, who has made seven first team appearances, has been made available to loan in order to get more senior experience.

Wales international Dylan Levitt, 19, is also set to leave Old Trafford on loan.