Spurs have finally broke their barren transfer spell by completing deals for both Jack Clarke and Tanguy Ndombele (talkSPORT).

While Clarke will return to Leeds on loan for the 2019/20 campaign, Ndombele looks set to play a pivotal role for Spurs next season.

Tottenham’s transfer activity has shown no signs of slowing since the completion of these two deals, however. The Mirror are now reporting that Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon is likely to join Spurs before the end of the transfer window.

The 18-year-old has just one year left on his contract at Craven Cottage and is rumoured to be extremely keen on linking up with Mauricio Pochettino (Guardian).


Sessegnon’s best position seems yet to be established however and it is now being suggested that should he join Spurs, Pochettino would utilise Sessegnon as both a left-back and a left-winger (Football London).

According to the Daily Mail, Sessegnon would be available for around £35 million this summer, a figure that would represent an excellent long-term investment in a promising English starlet.

Spurs Web Opinion

It’s interesting to see that Sessegnon isn’t being targeted as a direct replacement at left-back. Hopefully, this bodes well for the future of Danny Rose.

Sessegnon would be an excellent signing in my eyes, and if Pochettino is set out utilising him in two positions then he clearly believes he has the ability to be a useful squad player next season.

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