If Rose Goes, Tottenham Shoot Sessegnon
Tottenham Hotspur sees Ryan Sessegnon as Danny Rose’s ideal replacement, if the player leaves the club betpro88.com.
Rose is expected to leave Spurs after criticizing the club’s transfer and wage policies in the summer and lags behind Ben Davies in coach Mauricio Pochettino’s decision.
The defender also admitted that he was upset after being abandoned by Pochettino for the north London derby game this month.
Thus Spurs glance at Sessegnon, but Fulham will struggle to hold him for the next season if they reach promotion to the Premier League.
Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea are also interested in Sessegnon, who became the first 17-year-old player this month to score a hat-trick in a 5-4 win against Sheffield United last week.
There is no buy-out clause in Sessegnon’s contract, which means Fulham is likely to demand around £ 30 million for the youngster.