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Hoffenheim loaner Ryan Sessegnon has said he would be willing to seek a transfer elsewhere if he cannot join Tottenham next season.
The 20 year old moved to Germany in October after battling for playing time since his 2019 move from Fulham.
In fact, his decision has been the right one to date, as the Englishman has earned a regular role in the team. He did eight 90-minute periods in his first 10 games, but hasn’t played since because of a thigh injury.
Sessegnon hopes to return for next week’s Europa League second leg against Molde (according to football, london). However, he has designs on a role in the long-term Spurs first team.
Talking to DWHowever, he insisted that he would not endure a slight similar to what Dele Alli and Gareth Bale have experienced this season.
Of course my goal is to return to Spurs and try to get into this team, ”Sessegnon said.
“But if that is not possible next season or in the future, of course, I would like to play in a league or club where I can gain even more experience. And then we will see.
“Try a different culture, a different league, a different language and don’t be afraid because it is a great opportunity!
“You will come back as a different person and a better player.”
Sessegnon moved to the Spurs in the summer of 2019 after a meteoric rise with Fulham. He announced himself as one of England’s brightest young talents in the 2017/18 campaign, leading the Cottagers to promotion to the Premier League.
In fact, he scored 15 goals and helped eight others, including setting up Tom Cairney’s goal in the play-off final. He made 35 Premier League appearances in the following campaign.
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Meanwhile, a report has outlined what it would cost Spurs to fire Jose Mourinho before the end of your contract.
The Portuguese coach is under pressure after a slip in the Premier League table since before Christmas.
However, there are financial concerns at the north London club that affect their views on the boss’s future.