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Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly leading Manchester United in the race to sign Ryan Sessegnon from Fulham at the end of the campaign.
Manchester United are reportedly planning to splash cash to lure Ryan Sessegnon from Fulham when the current season comes to a close.
Man Utd are rumoured to be in the race to sign Fulham's prized asset Ryan Sessegnon. The highly-rated youngster, who is considered by many to be amongst the best teenagers in the Premier League, has also been linked with a move to Chelsea and Tottenham but it is understood that Manchester United have been appointed favourites to sign the England youth international.
The opening day of the 2018 World Cup coincided with the announcement of a Pan-American tournament in 2026. With the 2022 World Cup also looming fast, football fans across the world are already looking at a number of emerging talents, all of whom could light up the planet with their skills. What has yet to be decided, however, is whether the players in question should stay where they are or aim for the stars at club level to become England’s next hero.
Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly given Mauricio Pochettino the go-ahead to make a summer approach for Anthony Martial.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is reportedly plotting an attempt to sign Fulham wonderkid Ryan Sessegnon after having tracked the teenager's progress over the past couple of games.
Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez is plotting a surprise approach for Manchester United outcast Luke Shaw at the end of the season.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino could reportedly lodged an attempts to pursue Luke Shaw and Ross Barkley from Manchester United and Everton respectively when the transfer window reopens next month.
Fulham's teenager sensation Ryan Sessegnon has been identified as a potential target for Manchester United ahead of the winter transfer window.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has informed club acquaintances that he is becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of progress being made for a move for Fulham starlet Ryan Sessegnon. The England youth international is considered one of the finest prospects of his generation.
Fulham teenager Ryan Sessegnon has emerged as a surprise option for Manchester United during the final stages of the summer transfer window.
Tottenham are close to completing their second signing of the summer window, Southampton goalkeeper Gazzaniga. The deal comes just a day after Davinson Sanchez joined from Ajax.
Mauricio Pochettino has come on record to say that he wants to bring in four more players to his Tottenham side as rumours surrounding Davinson Sanchez's imminent arrival intensifies.
Reports today suggest that Tottenham Hotspur have had a £25 million bid rejected by Fulham for 17-year-old Ryan Sessegnon, who is capable of playing at both left back and left midfielder.
Tottenham Hotspur are preparing themselves for a busy summer period with a host of key players being linked with potential moves away from the club.
Teenage sensation Ryan Sessegnon has entertained Championship audiences all season, with his pace and skill causing problems for defenders on a weekly basis. His Fulham team were defeated in the play offs last week, but that doesn't mean that Sessegnon won't be playing in the Premier League next season.
Liverpool and AC Milan will go head to head for the signature of talented Wolfsburg left back Ricardo Rodriguez
Liverpool and Newcastle United could be prepared to fight it out for the services of Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney in the summer.
Sixteen year old Ryan Sessegnon has had a fantastic season for Championship side Fulham this year, attracting interest from some of the Premier League's biggest clubs. It is understood that Liverpool have made Sessegnon one of their main targets this summer, looking to beat competition from their rivals.
Every year hundreds of academy players get released from the club they have been at for years. Those who do get the contract they have been working for, are often then the subject of a number of loan moves without ever getting close to the first team of their parent club. We often forget just how hard it is for young English players these days. The riches of the premier league ensure that clubs would rather invest in players than invest in time, and let their home-grown players thrive. Every season although, there are exceptions. Injuries can lead to opportunities, and cup competitions can offer a platform for young Englishmen to launch the start of their career. These players have taken the most of their opportunities this year, and it won’t be long until they’re considered for the England senior team.