Tottenham Hotspur are reported to already be considering further additions to their squad in January.
The Sun report that Spurs are keen to sign Fulham’s Steven Sessegnon, which would see the player follow in the footsteps of his brother, Ryan who completed a move to the Champions League finalists last month.
Ryan made the switch to North London in a deal said to be worth an initial £25million, rising to £30million dependent on add-ons (Metro).
Fulham rejected an offer of just £3million for Steven from Tottenham when they were negotiating a deal for his brother.
Ryan is yet to feature for Spurs after suffering a hamstring problem prior to his transfer and has been rehabilitating the injury at Hotspur Way.
Steven has started four of Fulham’s six Championship games to date this season under former Spur, Scott Parker and has helped the Cottagers to sixth place in the table.
Whereas Ryan’s contract at Craven Cottage was due to expire at the end of the current season, his twin brother is under contract until 2022 with the club having the option to extend by an additional 12 months.
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