Sergio Reguilon completed a transfer to Manchester United on deadline day.
The full-back has signed for the Red Devils on a season-long loan, coming on to cover injured Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia at left-back.
Erik ten Hag confirmed in his press conference on Friday that the 26-year-old would be available to play against Arsenal – his parent club rivals – at the Emirates this weekend.
Speaking about his move to Old Trafford, Reguilon said: “In life you have to be ready for anything and the opportunity to represent this great club with such an illustrious history is one I couldn’t turn down.
“After talking to the manager, I know what he expects of me and I’m ready to play my part to help the team succeed.
“I know I can contribute to Manchester United this season; I am ready to fight for this group and show everyone my qualities.
Reguilon has 230 games to his name so far in his career, including appearances for Real Madrid, Sevilla, Tottenham and Atletico Madrid. He also won the Europa League while on loan at Sevilla in 2020.
The defender joined Spurs from Real Madrid that summer for around £30million and has made 67 appearances since, scoring twice and providing nine assists in that spell.
Since returning from loan at Atletico Madrid last year, Reguilon has not featured in Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou’s squads for their first appearances, but the Spaniard is now set for a return to the Premier League. .
Man United were interested in signing Marc Cucurella from Chelsea but have since dropped their pursuit.
On Reguilons’ arrival, Red Devils technical director John Murtough said: “Once it became clear that we needed to sign another left-back, we assessed a number of targets and took action. quickly to recruit Sergio.
“He has all the qualities required to help us achieve our goals this season.
“He has good experience in both the Premier League and European competitions, so he’s ready to join the team and play straight away.”
talkSPORT football match center
Keep up to date with all the latest Manchester United matches and results as well as live Premier League standings in our new Match Centre.