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Tottenham Hotspur: Fans discuss news about Ryan Sessegnon

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Lots of Tottenham fans have been discussing a news update involving Ryan Sessegnon that emerged on social media.

Journalist Alasdair Gold has recently relayed some information about the situation of the club’s youngster Ryan Sessegnon, saying that the Englishman has held talks with Nuno Espirito Santo about his future and the talks have been quite positive.

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However, he has sustained a minor hamstring injury, but otherwise, his future at Tottenham under Nuno does look bright. It has been reported that Nuno is a fan of the player and he tried to sign him at Wolves twice.

This update about the player’s injury was posted on Twitter by The Spurs Express. Many Tottenham fans began talking about this news.

What did make of this news?

“Yet another sicknote injured all the time sell him to someone in Germany but put a sell-on clause in the deal.”

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“Actually forgot about him.

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These are annoyed at Sessegnon’s injury, with some fans claiming that the youngster should be sold because of his regular fitness issues.

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Sessegnon has been struck by a troublesome hamstring before, which delayed the start of his Spurs career. But he did well in his loan spell at Hoffenheim last season, he played 23 times and directly contributed to five goals for the club in the Bundesliga.

It shows that he’s certainly a talented player and because he can play a variety of positions, he could be a useful player for Spurs next season – so hopefully he can get over his current quickly.

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