Ryan Sessegnon looks set to leave relegated Fulham this summer and is not short of potential suitors.
The Sun report that the England Under-21 international who has just twelve months left on his contract is attracting interest from Inter Milan and is willing to remain with the Cottagers to be able to hold discussions with the Italian giants during the winter transfer window and leave on a free transfer at the end of the next campaign.
If Sessegnon walked away from Fulham following the completion of his contract they would only be able to pocket a £500,000 fee in training compensation. This low fee would certainly put the Championship side in the predicament of trying to sell him either this summer or in January claw back an amount in excess of half a million.
The report claims that Sessegnon was valued at around £50million last summer but struggled in his first season of Premier League football.
Tottenham have been heavily linked with a move for the 19-year-old with the Guardian previously claiming that he has set his heart on a move to Mauricio Pochettino’s side despite him also being on the radar of Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.
Daniel Levy had better get his act together or Spurs are set to miss out on one of English football’s brightest talents who will be available for just a fraction of his true market value due to his contract situation.
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