Date: 16th January 2024 at 7:12pm
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Tottenham Hotspur boss Ange Postecoglou will be hoping to see his side step up their race for a top four spot during the second half of the season. 

The Lilywhites enjoyed a scintillating start to the Premier League season and sat top of the table after ten games, before a run of five matches without a win saw them drop down the standings.

Since then, Spurs have won four of their last six league games to move them back up to fifth spot in the table, but Postecoglou will be hoping to see his side continue on their upward trajectory.

In the meantime, it appears that the North London club are set to allow one of their full-backs to depart.

As per Fabrizio Romano, left-back Sergio Reguilon is close to joining fellow Premier League side Brentford on loan.

The Italian journalist claims that the two clubs are close to reaching an agreement that would see the 27-year-old join Thomas Frank’s side for the remainder of the current campaign.

Reguilon spent the first half of the season on loan at Manchester United

It is also claimed that the Spaniard must now decide his next move, having also attracted interest from elsewhere.

Reguilon joined Spurs from Spanish giants Real Madrid back in 2020, and made 36 appearances across all competitions during his first season in London.

The six-time Spain international continued to plan an important role during his second season in England, before being loaned out to Atletico Madrid ahead of the 2022/23 campaign.

Reguilon made 12 appearances for Atletico, and then joined Manchester United on loan last summer.

During his time in Manchester, the Spaniard played 12 times for the Red Devils across all competitions, but his initial season-long loan was cut short and he returned to London earlier this month.

Brentford left-back Rico Henry, who has been a regular for the Bees for some time now, is currently set for an extended spell on the sidelines after suffering a knee injury in September.

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