Tottenham Exit After Seven Minutes of Running And Collapsing

Ryan Sessegnon is leaving Tottenham Hotspur at the end of this season.

Born in 2000, it was in the 2016-17 season that England’s full-back Sessegnon began to draw attention in earnest. He scored his professional debut goal with intermittent opportunities from the first year of his professional career at Fulham Youth, the first player born in the 2000s in the history of English professional football and the youngest scorer in the history of the English Football League (EFL) Championship (second division), drawing high expectations from fans.

Since then, he has become a completely key resource. Sessegnon, who led his team to promotion to the Premier League by scoring 15 goals and six assists in 46 league matches in the 2017-18 season, won the EFL Championship Player of the Year, the EFL Championship Rookie of the Year, and the Football League’s Young Player of the Year, as well as the Football League’s Best Eleven. He also moved to the PL’s deep-rooted “famous” Tottenham ahead of the 2019-20 season.

The PL stage that he stepped on with high expectations. His performance was below expectations. Sessegnon was in a slump as he suffered a chronic hamstring injury. After scoring one goal and one assist in 12 games in his first season, Sessegnon could not easily take the starting job and eventually left for Hoffenheim in the German Bundesliga a year after his transfer.

He has bounced back through loan spells. He scored two goals and three assists in 29 appearances in the 2020-21 season, regaining some of his Fulham-era performance. Then, in the 2021-22 season, he returned to Tottenham to take the starting role and began to show promise with a consistent performance. However, the aforementioned hamstring injury hampered him, and after about a year of rehabilitation, he made his comeback in January but collapsed due to the injury and ended the season without being able to return to the ground.

Sessegnon has not grown as much as expected. In the end, it has been confirmed that he will leave Tottenham at the end of this season. “Sessegnon will leave Tottenham as a free agent as expected,” European transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano said on his SNS on the 20th (Korea Standard Time). “Although interest in Sessegnon is already hot in England and Europe, the player prefers to stay in the PL.”

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