Sessegnon reportedly prefers reds move over Spurs

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Dom Le Roy

A report in various media outlets is suggesting that youngster Ryan Sessegnon would prefer a move to Liverpool over any other interested club.

The Fulham sensation has been in scintillating form this season and is said wanted by the Reds, as well as Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea.

However the Daily Express claim that he has now got his heart set on playing at Anfield under German tactician Jurgen Klopp.

The article goes on to say that is claimed that he had the chance to move last summer, however he opted to sign a contract extension with Fulham in order to guarantee first-team football.

It adds now however Sessegnon could opt to stay at Fulham if they win promotion to the Premier League this summer.

How much of this is gospel we are not sure and perhaps it’s Fulham and Sessegnon’s agent trying to provoke a bidding war. What do you think about Sessegnon, potentially the next Gareth Bale or perhaps the next John Bostock? Let us know your thoughts

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  1. The Daily Express make up every football story. They are an utterly pointless newspaper and this is the only way they can get any traffic. Don’t forget they launched the story that Harry Kane had sent his demands for joining to Real Madrid. None of their stories are featured in any other paper. Not even worth commenting on

  2. Pure bullshit. Last year, Sessegnon stated that he had no intention of moving up North when apparently Manchester United supposedly expressed an interest, preferring to stay in the South of the country to be near his family in London. As recently as last week, the same reporter, obviously a Liverpool fan was laying claim that Spurs had to brace themselves as Liverpool were targeting Victor Wanyama as a replacement for Imre Can in the Summer. Now it’s the young Fulham high flyer. Utter tripe.


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