Real Madrid star striker Gareth Bale is on the verge of making sensation return to his former club, Tottenham Hotspur.
The 31-year-old left the London based club to join Spanish Champions Real for a then world record £85m in 2013. Since then, he netted over 100 times while bagged four Champions League titles with Real Madrid.
"Gareth still loves Spurs," his agent Jonathan Barnett told BBC Sport Wales. "It's where he wants to be."
Both Bale and left-back Reguilon had been linked with Manchester United.
Spain international Reguilon, 23, came through the youth set-up at Real and made his first-team debut in October 2018.
United spoke to Real about him but were put off by the Spanish giants' insistence on a buyback clause.
That has allowed Tottenham to step in, and the expectation is he will now join Jose Mourinho's squad.
Bale's salary is perhaps the biggest hurdle for Spurs to overcome - he still has two years left on a contract which is thought to be worth about £600,000 a week.
United have long been linked with the Welshman, and he had been seen as a potential target should they fail to sign England international Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund.
Tottenham, however, have an emotional pull for a player they signed as a 17-year-old from Southampton and helped develop into one of the world's best.