Tottenham transfer decision could backfire after failing to heed Man Utd warning

Inserting a buy-back clause has become a common occurrence for Spain’s biggest clubs, with Real Madrid executing the transfer strategy to perfection in recent years.

They first used it to purchase Jose Callejon, Lucas Vazquez and Dani Carvajal, having initially sold the trio to Espanyol (Callejon and Vazquez) and Bayer Leverkusen (Carvajal).

Chelsea have also recently bought into the idea of allowing their academy products to leave on permanent deals, with Tammy Abraham and Tino Livramento both able to return to Stamford Bridge — albeit for inflated fees.

And now it seems that Real could get their wish again if they can lure Reguilon back to the Spanish capital.

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