Supporters of Tottenham Hotspur have recently reacted to footage of on-loan wideman Ryan Sessegnon which was shared on Twitter.
Back in October, the Englishman joined Bundesliga side Hoffenheim on a season-long loan from Spurs (per BBC).
The 20-year-old made the move to Germany having signed for Tottenham from Fulham during the summer of 2019 for £24.3m (as per Transfermarkt).
On Saturday, footage of a late winner scored by the loanee for Hoffenheim against Borussia Monchengladbach was shared by The Spurs Web, which originated from Eleven Sports, and it had lots of fans talking.
So, what did these Tottenham fans have to say about the footage of Ryan Sessegnon?
Ben Davis time has to be numbered. Great servant for us but with Sergio and Sess now there isn’t a place for him any more
— John Sheridan (@Bye_Bye_DadBod) December 19, 2020
Yes Ryan! Love that him and Skipp will come back with a full season of first team football under their belts!
— Dazza (@dazzaN17) December 20, 2020
Sessegnon currently has until the summer of 2025 left on his existing deal with Spurs and a market value of £18m according to Transfermarkt.
Should Ryan Sessegnon be a first-team regular for Spurs next season?
No, he's not good enough
Yes, he's a class player
Incoming Jose text
Quality. Good lad
— ginbeast (@ben_price55) December 19, 2020
Our next bale ?
— Fransanity76 (@fransanity76) December 19, 2020
During his loan with Hoffenheim, the 20-year-old wideman has made 10 Bundesliga appearances for the German outfit, in which he has scored two goals and provided two assists (per WhoScored).
His performances over the outings have earned him a relatively decent 6.66/10 average rating, making him their joint-eighth-best performer.
So excited for him to come back and battle it out with Reggy for the left back spot
— The Hotspur House (@TheHotspurHouse) December 19, 2020
Bring him home
— CharXlie (@xcharxliex28) December 19, 2020
As can be seen in these responses from Spurs fans, many of them were keen to gush over the footage of Sessegnon that emerged on Twitter.