TSG Hoffenheim becomes the latest Bundesliga club to join the exclusive list of German clubs interested in securing the services of Tottenham Hotspur and England U21 international Ryan Sessegnon.
Hertha Berlin initial showed interest to land the young Spurs left wing who hasn’t gotten the breakthrough yet in Jose Mourinho squad this season.
According to Sky Sport, as cited by Fussball Transfers, Hoffenheim and Hertha Berlin has shown interest in signing the 20-year old on loan for the rest of the season.
Two years ago, the London based club signed the promising left-wing from Premier League side Fulham, who recently secured promotion back to the English elite division.
Sessegnon could also be interested in a move away from the London club after sitting outside the first team for the first three Premier League matches played so far this season.
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The two Bundesliga clubs face competition from clubs like Southampton, Leeds United, Brighton & Hove Albion and Ajax Amsterdam.
The Premier League which receives lots of viewers across the world is a centre of attraction for young players like Ryan. Moving away from England could be too dangerous on the side of the player and it could also be his best decision yet.
🗣”We have a young left-back we want to develop in Ryan Sessegnon also because his performance against Liverpool was not phenomenal”
Tottenham Hotspur head coach Jose Mourinho back in January on why he was not been selecting Danny Rose pic.twitter.com/pppbDGQEki
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) September 11, 2020
The Advantage moving out of England possibly on loan (Hoffenheim and Hertha Berlin).
The Bundesliga knows no limit. If he moves to either team, he’ll be guaranteed regular first-team action just a Manchester United star Tahith Chong currently enjoys at SV Werder Bremen.
More attention and possible quick return to Tottenham Hotspur (Remain in England).
Staying back in England would give him ample opportunity to showcase his abilities in front of Jose Mourinho who ironically watches every Premier League team in action during matchdays as an experienced manager.
Leeds United and Southampton would great destinations to revive his chances of making it into Jose Mourinho’s first team.