Tottenham Hotspur fans will be less than impressed with the latest update on young winger Ryan Sessegnon…
What’s the last one?
The 21-year-old dynamo, who can play anywhere on the left flank, has been injured for most of the 2021/22 campaign and has been limited to just of them UEFA Europa Conference League qualifying participations.
Lilywhites boss Nuno Santo was positive about his chances of making a comeback in the near future ahead of Thursday night’s clash with Vitesse, but according to football reporter London Gold Alasdair, this may not be the case at all.
“Nuno appeared optimistic yesterday that Ryan Sessegnon’s injury will return at his press conference, but his internal conversation with Spurs’ own media channels seems less so and he might not be back anytime soon,” he said. tweeted the reporter.
Sessegnon enjoyed an encouraging loan spell at Bundesliga side Hoffenheim last season, where he had plenty of minutes under his belt as a left-winger. He even scored twice and provided three assists, according to Transfer market.
There would have been hope for him to break into the senior Spurs squad again, especially with the change of manager as Nuno replaced Jose Mourinho and was tasked with developing the club’s young stars.
He suffered a hamstring injury during the preseason, although it is rather telling that another loan was not sanctioned, so he was clearly someone the Portuguese had in mind for the season .
After coming back to the side for their qualifying matches in Europe, the summer 2019 signing recently encountered another problem while on international duty for England’s Under-21s.
“They are doing better. Unfortunately they can’t join the group yet, but it’s a matter of time before we have some good news ”, so Nuno describe the situation, but according to Gold, it’s not as positive an update as you might think.
This certainly left a large part of Hotspur’s devotees rather frustrated, as evidenced by the answers to the reporter’s questions. Tweeter.
“It has to be one of the most disappointing transfers we’ve had in the last few years,” claimed a supporter, while another asked himself “Will he ever be in good shape?” Before adding: “I think we have to cut ties with him, but he will never make the first team with the constant injuries.”
“Need to sell him IMO. Made of glass. I don’t remember a single good performance from him. Still hurt ”, slammed another supporter. These are just a few of the many similar responses in reaction to this latest development. As you can see, many are quite angry.
After joining a £ 25million Fulham’s accord, it’s easy to see why so many fans are raving about the news. As a result, Sessegnon will certainly have a hard time making it into the squad anytime soon.