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Sergio Reguilon snubs Man Utd stars but picks Man City icon when naming dream five-a-side team

Sergio Reguilon snubs Man Utd stars but picks Man City icon when naming dream five-a-side team

Reguilon has made his choice.

Manchester United loanee Sergio Reguilon elected not to choose any current or former Manchester United stars when naming his dream five-a-side team - but did find room for a Manchester City icon.

Reguilon is currently on loan at United from Tottenham, having moved to Old Trafford on transfer deadline day in the summer.

The Spaniard impressed in his first three starts for Erik ten Hag's side, but has missed the last four games in all competitions through injury.

Without Reguilon, United currently have no fit senior left-backs, with Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia both out of action. Both Reguilon and Shaw, though, are said to be closing in on returns, while Malacia has had knee surgery and is expected to be back before 2024.

While recovering, the Spanish defender sat down with United's official website for a Q&A, was tasked with naming his dream five-a-side team.

The team had to be entirely made up of Spanish stars - although there was no room for any of David de Gea, Juan Mata, Ander Herrera or Gerard Pique, who all played for United during their career.

And that also means that none of his United team-mates get into the squad, with Reguilon the only Spanish player currently at Old Trafford.

The 26-year-old opted not to name a goalkeeper in his five-a-side lineup, instead naming Real Madrid legend Sergio Ramos as his first pick.

He was followed by Barcelona icons Xavi and Andres Iniesta, while Reguilon also opted for former Barca and Valencia star David Villa in attack.

The lineup was completed by a former Manchester City star, with David Silva the fifth and final member of the five-a-side team.

Reguilon was also asked to name his favourite United player of the past - and gave a number of answers.

He said: "There is a lot. I loved Ryan Giggs, Cristiano Ronaldo.

"Also, I love the defence. As a defender, I'd say Rio Ferdinand and Gary Neville. They are a club with a lot of great players. I have great memories of Wayne Rooney."

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Featured Image Credit: Getty / Manchester United

Topics: Manchester United, Sergio Reguilon, Premier League, Manchester City, Spain