By Pete O'Rourke | | 2 mins
Spurs Still Leading Ryan Sessegnon Odds Despite New Interest
Ryan Sessegnon's future has been the source of constant speculation for the last couple of seasons, but it is widely expected he will leave Fulham this summer.
Sessegnon has been considered one of the hottest properties in English football since breaking into the Fulham team as a 16-year-old three years ago and most of the Premier League's big guns have been credited with an interest in the teenager.
Tottenham seem to be the club making all the noises for Sessegnon and they remain heavy favourites at 1/9 (-900) with Paddy Power to land the England Under-21 international this summer with the move available at 1/6 (-600) with Betfred.
A move across to North London appears to have dragged on as the tough negotiating Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is refusing to pay over the odds for Sessegnon, considering he is in the final year of his contract at Fulham.
Manchester United have also been mentioned as long-term admirers of Sessegnon and – with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looking to revitalise the Old Trafford squad with young, hungry players with potential – they are rated at 7/1 (+700) with Betfair to land Sessegnon, while Betfred have the potential move as a 9/1 (+900) shot.
Outsiders In Sessegnon Chase
Leicester are also in the betting for Sessegnon's next club with Brendan Rodgers' side as short as 13/2 (+650) to win the race for the talented teenager, while a move to the King Power Stadium is best priced at 10/1 (+1000).
European champions Liverpool, who have held a long-standing interest in Sessegnon, are available at 16/1 (+1600) to bring another young exciting talent to Anfield this summer.
Premier League champions Manchester City, Arsenal and West Ham are all outside picks to make shock moves for the Sessegnon before the transfer window closes next month – 33/1 (+3300) apiece with Betfair, Paddy Power and Betfred.
German giants Borussia Dortmund, who have enjoyed success in poaching top English talent in the past like Jadon Sancho, are a 40/1 (+4000) shot to make another raid on England this summer for Sessegnon's signature.
Ambitious outfit Wolves are 40/1 (+4000) to sign Sessegnon this summer, while Everton are the rank outsiders with multiple top bookmakers at 66/1 (+6600).
About the Author
Pete O'Rourke is an experienced football journalist who has worked for the Press Association, Sky Sports, ESPN and others across three decades in the industry.