Date: 23rd June 2019 at 10:51am
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Our latest article when it came to the Fulham future of Ryan Sessegnon, Click Here, carried the inference that we’d accepted that our talented youngster would, inevitably, be leaving the club this summer.

However, could we have assessed the situation wrong?

Apparently so!

According to the Sun, Sessegnon, who isn’t putting pen-to-paper on a new deal, could be willing to see out his current contract, thereby remaining at Craven Cottage for one more season before leaving on a free transfer next summer.

Seemingly, our referenced source is inferring that such a plan would allow Ryan to sign a pre-contract deal in January, with a foreign club, with Inter Milan said to be the preferred destination.

Now whilst the move would see Ryan grace the famous white shirt for one last season, something that would be positive, such a plan does have a negative side with Fulham, once Sessegnon leaves as an out of contract player losing a fortune in a transfer fee.

In fact, all Fulham would receive would be something circa £500,000 as a compensation fee.

Your thoughts on the above would be most welcome in the comment facility beneath this article.

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5 Replies to “Sessegnon Set To Remain At Fulham For One More Season, But…”

  • What is wrong with this club,we could at least expect 20m,but may finish up with 500k.
    We have seen this senario so often in the past , a club with no ambition.

    • What’s ambition got to do with it? Fulham offer contract, player won’t sign. What do you expect them to do kidnap him or pay him ridiculous money that he’s not worth. He was rank average last season.

  • A rubbish story in The Sun probably created by an agent trying to manipulate things. No way would Ryan leave England he want to stay in London near his family he has made that very clear.

  • I would like Sess to be in a fully attacking role along with Mitrovic if they are staying.
    To be honest Parker has not proved himself with only 3 wins out of 10. He has got to do this by Christmas if it is not to be the same old,same old.
    Get players who can defend. Last year was as bad as bad can be.Dont know where the bookies are getting their odds from. I can see any reason to be optimistic !

  • If this were the case it would only cause bad feeling among the rest of the squad so if he wants to act so childishly and ungrateful let him play with the other members of the youth team.

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