Manchester United target Danny Rose will most likely have to google the 17-year-old that has been lined up to replace him in north London, with Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon believed to be at the top of Tottenham's transfer shortlist, according to the Telegraph.
The London-born full-back came to the forefront of English football last year after an outstanding maiden campaign at Craven Cottage, immediately being slapped with a £30m price tag by his club.
So @RyanSessegnon still can't open a bank account on his own, do jury service, get a tattoo, buy fags, order a pint, sue someone, vote, buy fireworks, leave home, carry an organ donor card or get married but yes, he can do it on a cold Tuesday night in Yorkshire. #ffc pic.twitter.com/IGGYYiVvnH— White Noise (@WhiteNoise1879) November 21, 2017
Sessegnon has continued his brilliant form this season and his stunning hattrick against Sheffield United last week has brought the 17-year-old back into the public eye ahead of the January transfer window.
With news that Manchester United will look to bring Danny Rose to Old Trafford in January or the summer, many fans expected to see Luke Shaw be used as a makeweight to convince Spurs into a sale.
Since Shaw joined Manchester United for £33m in 2014, the 22-year-old has failed to live up to his high expectation. Hindered partially by the leg break he suffered against PSV Eindhoven in 2015,