Tottenham Hotspur are planning a summer move for Fulham youngster Ryan Sessegnon, according to the Sun.
Sessegnon has scored two goals and provided five assists 28 Premier League appearances for Fulham since the achieving promotion to the top-flight.
But the 18-year-old has struggled to replicate his form from the Championship and Fulham are likely to return to the second tier after a difficult campaign.
The Sun claims Spurs are one of the clubs who will make a bid of around £25 million once Fulham’s relegation is confirmed.
Tottenham were reportedly quoted £50 million for Sessegnon last summer, but he now has just one year left on his contract and is probably more eager to leave than he was a year ago.
The teenager can play at left-back or further forward, which would be ideal for Spurs.
Danny Rose has been linked with an exit, so Mauricio Pochettino may require a new left-back this summer and is always on the lookout for attackers who can add another dimension.
Expect this story to gain more traction when Fulham are officially no longer a Premier League team.