Date: 15th January 2021 at 1:00pm
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Supporters of Tottenham Hotspur have reacted to a claim that Ryan Sessegnon will be returning to north London in the summer.

According to a report by Kicker, as cited by Sport Witness, Hoffenheim have no intention of prolonging the Englishman’s loan in Germany.

The same story was also reported by Fussball Transfers, which claimed that next season, David Raum will be the man to ‘replace’ Sessegnon for Die Kraichgauer.

It has already been reported that Raum will join Hoffenheim when his contract with Greuther Furth expires at the end of the season (per Hoffenheim).

Sport Witness’ report suggests that if the youngster is not in Jose Mourinho’s plans for next season when he returns, the player could consider a move away in the summer.

These claims were relayed on Twitter by Talking THFC, who added that the wide man would be a part of Mourinho’s squad, which had many fans talking.

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So, what did these Spurs fans have to say about the claim on Ryan Sessegnon’s future?

“I like Sessegnon. There’s always been that potential there, he showed that at Fulham. The task now is bringing that to the Premier League week in and week out.”

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The 20-year-old left-back has until the summer of 2025 on his existing deal with Tottenham and a market value of £18m according to Transfermarkt.

Would you like Ryan Sessegnon to be part of Jose Mourinho's first-team squad next season?

No, he's not that good

No, he's not that good

Yes, he's a class player

Yes, he's a class player

“Inverted rw when bale goes back to Madrid, he won’t play on the left.”

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“Quality player #COYS”

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So far this season, Sessegnon has made 11 appearances for Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga, in which he has managed to score two goals and provide two assists (per WhoScored).

Over those outings, he has earned a relatively solid 6.71/10 average rating, making him the seventh-best performer in the league for his loan club.

“Would be good to bring him back, seeing him thrive in the bundesliga and to bring back much needed energy to this squad”

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“Now that makes me happy”

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“And sell davies LETS GOOOO”

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“OMDSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS”

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“I’m in dreamland”

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As can be seen in these responses from Spurs fans, the majority of them had positive reactions after the report on Sessegnon emerged on Twitter.