Fulham have insisted that Ryan Sessegnon will not be sold this month, according to the Telegraph.
The teenage sensation has strongly been linked with a move to the Premier League with Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur both monitoring the situation but the Championship outfit are holding firm.
It is however expected that the seventeen year old will be sold in the summer, for a fee that is likely to eclipse the current record paid for a teenager by a British club, which currently stands at the £36m Manchester United paid for Anthony Martial in 2015.
Sessegnon broke into Fulham’s first team last season and has since racked up fifty-eight senior appearances in all competitions, scoring an impressive fourteen goals, considering his position which fluctuates between left back and left wing.
Internationally he has been capped fourteen times for England’s U19s scoring four goals, three of which coming in the Euro U19s finals.
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