A £35m Spurs target has his heart set on a move to Liverpool, while one Man Utd man is set for a huge bonus if they win the Champions League, according to Wednesday’s papers.
CHAMPIONSHIP STAR EYES LIVERPOOL MOVE
Ryan Sessegnon wants a move to Liverpool over any of the other interested Premier League clubs, according to a report.
The Daily Express claims that Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea are all interested in signing the Fulham star.
However, their report claims that the 17-year-old wants to work under Jurgen Klopp and is holding out for a move to Anfield.
Sessegnon apparently could have moved back in summer 2017, but instead chose to stay at Craven Cottage in the hopes of securing more game time.
He can play as either a left-back or a left winger, and has scored 14 Championship goals already this season.
A report from the Telegraph last month claimed that Spurs were ready to bid £35m for the Fulham academy product, who allegedly has an outside chance of making Gareth Southgate’s World Cup squad.
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