Sessegnon emerged as one of the hottest properties outside of the Premier League after enjoying a breakthrough year at Cravan Cottage that saw him score 7 goals in 31 appearances last season. However, Fulham are interested in hanging on to the defender unless they receive a transfer bid in the region of £25-£30 million.
Sessegnon has already snubbed a handful of Premier League clubs by opting to sign his first professional contract with Fulham after his 17th birthday.
Sessegnon has played four times for Fulham thus far in the Championship in 2017-18 and has featured as both a left-back and left sided midfielder; although left-back is his best position. His eye-catching performances for his club as well as his contribution to England U-19's European Championship victory have now reportedly caught the eye of Jose Mourinho.
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Sessegnon put pen to paper on his first professional contract as the England Under-19 global extended his stay at the Cottagers until 2020.
Though it is also claimed that Manchester United would consider loaning Sessegnon back to Fulham if they succeed in signing him, the report does not state whether Tottenham would do likewise.
Tottenham have been monitoring the situation with over a year - and given the departure of Kyle Walker and doubt surrounding the future of Danny Rose - Spurs could be forced into the market for a full-back before the summer market concludes.
At present, it is said that even a £25m offer might not tempt Fulham to sell, so it very much remains an 'if Fulham soften their stance' kind of situation.