Tottenham have offered a new contract to Ryan Sessegnon after the full-back’s recent good run of form, according to The Times.
Sessegnon has started Spurs’ last four matches, and although he was taken off after just half an hour against Wolves, he has impressed in recent weeks.
The 21-year-old has taken advantage of Sergio Reguilon’s mixed form. Reguilon missed the trip to Burnley last week due to positive Covid test but could not reclaim his place in the team despite being available against Leeds United.
That’s because Conte stuck with Sessegnon, who provided the assist for Matt Doherty’s goal and offered a constant threat down the left.
And The Times says his impressive displays have now resulted in the offer of a new and improved contract from the club.
Though Sessegnon is yet to prove he is worthy of being Conte’s first-choice left wing-back in the long-term, his recent performances have certainly been promising.
There’s no doubting this is the best we’ve seen of the former Fulham man since he arrived at the club – long may it continue.