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Sergio Reguilon opens up on Real Madrid "dream"

By , European Football Editor | 2mo
Spanish defender Sergio Reguilon says that it is "a dream" to play for Real Madrid.

Spanish defender Sergio Reguilon has said that it is "a dream" to play for Real Madrid.

Reguilon's form this season has seen him become Santiago Solari's first-choice selection in the left-back position, with experienced campaigner Marcelo struggling to oust the 22-year-old.

Indeed, Reguilon has started and finished each of Madrid's last four La Liga matches and was again impressive in Saturday's 3-1 win over Atletico Madrid.

"I work hard every day and I am ready to play whenever the manager needs me," Reguilon told reporters. "It is clear that this is a dream - and I am going to hang on to it for as long as I can."

Madrid have had their problems this season, but Saturday's win at the Wanda Metropolitano and Barcelona's 0-0 draw with Athletic Bilbao means that Los Blancos are now just six points off the top of La Liga.

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