Tottenham “seeks to recruit Steven Sessegnon, brilliant hope of Fulham” – just one month after the signing of his twin brother.
The Premier League team reportedly saw an offer in the region of £ 3 million this summer, pushed back by Fulham, having failed to get even closer to their assessment of the player.
The Sun say the Fulham leaders are preparing for a new Spurs offer for their young talent, who has started his last four league games.
Tottenham has signed his brother Ryan Fulham this summer for 25 million pounds and will continue to monitor Steven throughout the season.
Sessegnon, who signed a contract until 2022, has impressed over the last few weeks, playing mostly in the right back, but he can also operate from the middle half and midfield.
At the start of the season, the 19-year-old has been rewarded with a call from the English Under-21 team, who will face Turkey and Kosovo by next Monday.
Fulham hopes that Sessegnon will continue to play an important role in his bid to win a promotion to the Premier League on the first application.
Scott Parker’s men made a decent start and are currently in the final playoff position after scoring 10 points in six games.