TOTTENHAM need Fulham wonderkid Ryan Sessegnon to switch Danny Rose if the full-back leaves the membership, in keeping with experiences.
Rose’s relationship with the North London membership has turn out to be strained over current months after his explosive interview with SunSport.
And the Telegraph declare Rose is predicted to go away in the summertime, and Sessegnon is Spurs’ predominant targets as a substitute.
Rose criticised Spurs for his or her wage construction and their lack of world class signings in the summertime.
And the stress was heightened final week when the England worldwide admitted he was “fuming” at being dropped towards Arsenal.
Mauricio Pochettino has refused to provide assurances over Rose’s future and Manchester United are reportedly eager on a transfer for the 27-year-old.
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Tottenham were linked with a move for the 17-year-old last summer but he signed his first professional deal with the Cottagers in June.
But if the Championship club fail to win promotion then they could be forced to cash in on the sought-after full-back.
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There is reportedly no buy-out clause on the contract but Fulham still command £30million if he keeps up his excellent form.
But Spurs could find themselves in competition with Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea who are also monitoring Sessegnon.