Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon has agreed a deal to leave them in the summer, as per a report by the Express.

The report suggests that former Fulham striker Leroy Rosenior has claimed a deal for the promising youngster is in place at the end of the season.

Sessegnon has been linked with the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool in the past but Rosenior believes Tottenham Hotspur is his most likely destination. He will only leave Fulham for a hefty fee though, and the London club quoted £25 million for him in January.

The 17 year-old broke into the first-team in August last season and he is now one of the first names on Slavisa Jokanovic’s team sheet. He is seen as one of the most promising young talents in England, not just in the Championship.

He scored 7 goals for the Cottagers in all competitions last season and has carried on that form into this campaign, having scored 12 so far and playing a big part into Fulham’s rise into the Play-Offs.

Fulham will be hoping that they can hold onto their star in the summer but Sessegnon will be a man in demand. His future at Craven Cottage could depend on whether they are promoted to the Premier League this season or not.

Sessegnon is no doubt a future England international and a move for him to a Premier League side in the summer is apparently in the pipeline. These are obviously just rumours at this stage and Fulham fans will be hoping that this is just speculation.

 


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