Reguilón explains his row with Messi
The Real Madrid left-back could make his debut with Spain's U-21 in this international break. He discussed his position at Real Madrid ahead of the Romania match.
Real Madrid's left-back Sergio Reguilón has been called up for Spain's Under-21 matches in this international break and could make his debut against Romania. He spoke to radio station Onda Cero ahead of the match.
Practical jokes: It's my first call up and they've played pranks on me, but it was all good. I was ok.
Called up at 22: At 22 this means more to me than it would have at 17.
Issues with Messi in the Clásico: You're going at a thousand miles an hour in a Clásico, really fired up, you say stuff, but look, it's things that are left out on the pitch: the tension makes you say this stuff.
Dreaming of his debut: I don't know if I'll play tomorrow [today, Thursday], hopefully I will and I'll make my debut.
Support from Real Madrid fans: The effort put in can't be denied and people see that, so they can't rebuke you for that. Also, having been through the Academy they care about me.
Marcelo: He's a really down to earth guy, I get on really well with him. He's the starter in the team.