Man United deadline day signings Sofyan Amrabat and Sergio Reguilon pose for topless pictures in the pool as they train together at Carrington for the first time

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Man United deadline day signings Sofyan Amrabat and Sergio Reguilon pose for topless pictures in the pool as they train together at Carrington for the first time

  • Sofyan Amrabat and Sergio Reguilon joined Man United on deadline day 
  • They have posed for pictures after training together at Carrington
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Sofyan Amrabat and Sergio Reguilon already look to be at home at Manchester United as they posed for pictures following their deadline day moves to Old Trafford.

United had a busy final day of the summer transfer window, securing loan deals for Amrabat and Reguilon, who arrived from Fiorentina and Tottenham, respectively.

Reguilon was thrown straight into the matchday squad for United’s 3-1 defeat at Arsenal on Sunday, while Amrabat was left out, but they were both together at Carrington on Tuesday to go through their paces during the international break.

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Reguilon posted a topless picture of himself alongside Amrabat on Instagram, with the pair smiling while in the pool area at United’s training ground.

United also posted new photos of Amrabat meeting manager Erik ten Hag for the first time, signing his contract and posing with his new United shirt on.

Sergio Reguilon (left) posted a picture of himself with Sofyan Amrabat (right) at Carrington

Sergio Reguilon (left) posted a picture of himself with Sofyan Amrabat (right) at Carrington

Amrabat was pictured chatting with Erik ten Hag at United's training ground

Amrabat was pictured chatting with Erik ten Hag at United’s training ground

Ten Hag joined Amrabat as the Moroccan international signed his contract

Ten Hag joined Amrabat as the Moroccan international signed his contract

Amrabat then posed for a picture in his new United shirt after putting pen to paper on his loan move

Amrabat then posed for a picture in his new United shirt after putting pen to paper on his loan move

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Amrabat has joined the club until the end of the season, with United having the option to make the deal permanent next summer.

Meanwhile, Reguilon has also arrived temporarily, and is expected to return to Tottenham at the end of the campaign.

Both players will now hope to force their way into Ten Hag’s starting XI for the team’s next match against Brighton on September 16.

The Red Devils have lost two of their opening four matches this season to leave them playing catch-up in the early stages of the season.

Central midfield has been a problem area for United this term, with Casemiro, Bruno Fernandes and Mason Mount struggling to gel as a trio.

With Mount now sidelined due to injury, Amrabat could fancy his chances of filling the void, despite not playing a single minute of football so far this season after being frozen out by Fiorentina in his final weeks at the club.

Reguilon may also be given the opportunity to get some game time following a serious injury to Luke Shaw.

The England international is expected to be out for a number of weeks, while his understudy Tyrell Malacia is also unavailable.

Diogo Dalot has provided cover at left back in United’s last two games, but Ten Hag may want a natural left-footed player to cover the left flank, which could see Reguilon come into the side sooner rather than later. 

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