Ryan Sessegnon set to leave Tottenham as a free agent this summer

Tottenham Hotspur defender Ryan Sessegnon is reportedly expected to leave the North London club in the summer transfer window.

Ryan Sessegnon will be a free agent when the summer transfer window opens on July 1, and Tottenham do not have any plans to extend his contract. According to Fabrizio Romano, the 24-year-old wide man will move on, and he prefers to continue in the Premier League.

Sessegnon was one of the best young talents in the Premier League when he joined Tottenham from Fulham. However, the transfer has not gone according to plan because of persistent injury problems. The versatile left-back has not been able to showcase his qualities at the North London club, and a fresh start would be ideal for him.

It will be interesting to see where he ends up. There is no doubt that he has the talent to succeed in the Premier League, and he needs to join a club where he will get ample opportunities. Signing the 24-year-old on a free transfer would represent a bargain for most clubs. It remains to be seen how the situation unfolds.

Tottenham need to sign better players

Spurs will look to get rid of their fringe players this summer and improve the squad ahead of the new season. The North Londoners have shown improvement under Ange Postecoglou this season, and they will hope to improve and fight for trophies next season.

Getting rid of the deadwood will be a priority for the North London club, and they will be hoping to bring in quality players this summer. Others, like Manor Solomon and Bryan Gil, are also on the chopping block. Meanwhile, signing a quality left-back as a backup option to Destiny Udogie should be a priority for them.

It will be interesting to see if Sessegnon can get his career back on track with regular football in the coming years. The 24-year-old has plenty of time to fulfil his potential, and he needs to decide on his next move carefully.

With the right guidance and game time, he should be able to recapture his form and confidence next season. Meanwhile, Tottenham will be disappointed to lose a prospect like him on a free transfer but a summer exit would be ideal for all parties.

The player is completely devoid of form and confidence right now, and he is unlikely to get game time ahead of Udogie. Staying at the North London club would be detrimental to his development, and the player needs to move on for his own benefit.

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