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Spurs target Sessegnon has better stats than Dele Alli

17-year-old Sessegnon has better stats than Dele Alli


17-year-old Spurs target Ryan Sessegnon has better stats than Dele Alli

Long-term Tottenham target Ryan Sessegnon has made a very impressive start to his professional career and his value has shot up.

I think Tottenham target Ryan Sessegnon can safely be called a prodigy, just look at some of his stats and remember at 17, he is not 18 until 18th May, he can't even legally buy himself a beer.

Ryan Sessegnon Statistics

Ryan Sessegnon (Fulham) v Dele Alli (MK Dons) over their 1st 6️⃣0️⃣ league apps in the SkyBet Championship and SkyBet League One.

Ryan Sessegnon for Fulham

Football League debut aged 16
6️⃣0️⃣ Appearances
1️⃣9️⃣ Goals

All in the SkyBet Championship

Dele Alli for MK Dons

Football League debut aged 16
6️⃣0️⃣ Appearances
1️⃣8️⃣ Goals

All in SkyBet League One

Ryan Sessegnon has now been involved in 12 goals in his last 12 Football League appearances for Fulham (10 goals, 2 assists). In his last 10 games, he has scored 9 goals.

No player has scored more goals in the English Football League in 2018 than Ryan Sessegnon (9).

Dele Alli cost us an initial fee of £5 million, which was, quite frankly, in hindsight, a steal, although there are add-ons which we don't know about and will be over the term of his initial  five-and-a-half-year deal,so we don't actually know the full fee we will end up paying for him.

Ryan Sessegnon is the outstanding player in the SkyBet Championship and reportedly wants to sign for Tottenham. There are whispers of a deal having already been agreed and that is rather substantiated by the fact that there is very little transfer talk of him being linked with any other club.

Yes clubs are watching him and all the top clubs (Tottenham, Man City, Man United, Liverpool and Chelsea) still hope to sign him, but it is all rather quite surrounding a special player. For us older guys to hear him say Luke Shaw was his idol growing up rather ages you.

"When I was younger I had two players - Luke Shaw and Gareth Bale. When Shaw was at Southampton he was a left-back and I loved watching him bomb up and down the wing and create goals. So I try to emulate that. Gareth Bale same thing really."

He scooping a London Football Award double. The Fulham left-back, left midfield, lft wing-back or left winger won the Young Player Of the Year award, which our own Davinson Sanchez and Harry Winks were up for, and the EFL Player of the Year Award.

Let's hope the player dubbed Gareth Bale Mk II does follow in his footsteps and signs for Tottenham, where he knows he'll have a manager who promotes youth and doesn't leave it sitting on the bench or in Development teams, like Man City or Chelsea for instance.


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