Many Tottenham Hotspur fans have been talking about Ryan Sessegnon after the youngster recently tweeted on social media.
Sessegnon’s tweet concerned England Under-21s’ recent 2-1 win over Turkey Under-21s. This result helped the Young Lions seal a spot for themselves at Euro 2021. Eddie Nketiah had scored the winner in the game.
The Spurs defender, currently on loan at Hoffenheim, commented on social media after providing the Arsenal man with the assist for his goal, saying that he was ‘happy to assist’ Nketiah for the winner and congratulated the team.
So, what did these Spurs fans make of Ryan Sessegnon’s tweet?
Nice work! Good luck for the season – enjoy the experience and look forward to you being back at spurs soon ?????
— CF (@fellowescf) October 13, 2020
Does Sessegnon have a future at Tottenham?
Don’t care about nketiah, didn’t watch it but great game sess ??
— Winksy_THFC (@WINKSY_Thfc) October 13, 2020
amazing performance sess !
— Sam (@SpursSam2) October 13, 2020
Keep smashing it
— Ndombaldy?? (@ndombaldboy) October 13, 2020
Sessegnon joined German side Hoffenheim on loan from Spurs in the summer transfer window. Before leaving the Lilywhites on a temporary basis, Sessegnon hadn’t made a single appearance for Tottenham this season and was on the bench in their Europa League qualifying game against Lokomotiv Plovdiv (as per Transfermarkt), while he is yet to make his debut for Hoffenheim.
Was MOTM! Goal and Assists! https://t.co/Cfvp4nzNKf
— Chris. ????????? (@RadicaIRose) October 13, 2020
Things you love to see ? https://t.co/OtRXGy7iwW
— Saucy_Ryan_Sess (@SessSaucy) October 13, 2020
These Spurs fans clearly want Sessegnon to do well and one fan is looking forward to having him back at Tottenham once his loan stint at Hoffenheim ends.
In the 2019/20 season, Sessegnon made 12 appearances in all competitions for Spurs, with six coming in the Premier League. He scored his first goal for Spurs in a Champions League game against Bayern Munich, and also got an assist in the same competition against Red Star Belgrade (as per Transfermarkt).
He didn’t play a single minute of Premier League football following the league’s resumption in June, and it shows that he was clearly falling short of game time. Perhaps, getting an assist for the England Under-21s side will help him earn some confidence and fans can only hope that he performs well for Hoffenheim before returning to Spurs as a better player.