Last summer, the Fulham support were mightily relieved when Ryan Sessegnon ignored any overtures relating to a move away from Craven Cottage to remain with Fulham.
At the moment, I wouldn’t blame Ryan if were reconsidering his future.
As one of the main architects of our promotion campaign, Ryan has been criminally underused this season, even more so since Claudio Ranieri took over the Craven Cottage managerial hot-seat.
Yesterday, against Manchester United, Ryan wasn’t introduced, as a substitute, until the game was already done and dusted.
Today, lurking in the pages of the news source, the Express, is the insinuation that Manchester United are looking to secure the services of the 18-year-old left-sided player and are prepared to offer Fulham a fee of £50 million to seal the deal.
Naturally, like many others, I’d be devastated to see Ryan leave but with a lack of opportunities when it comes to making the starting eleven and the prospect of dropping back into the Championship, I wouldn’t blame him if he thought the grass was greener elsewhere!
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