Former Fulham star Ryan Sessegnon is reportedly leaving the door open for him in hopes of making another move away from Tottenham, as the England international is currently under a loan spell in Germany with Hoffenheim.
Sessegnon, who could be deployed at the left-back and left-winger position, chose a move to Germany last summer having dropped down the pecking order in the Jose Mourinho team as he finds it hard to appear in games for the team, but still best united states casinos are still backing the player to succeed.
The 20-year-old star wants to make the best out of the loan move as seeks to gain more experience in Europe before returning to the North London team and decides what the next best move would be for him.
Speaking to Independent, Sessegnon said: “If [first-team football] is not going to be possible next season or in the future, of course, I want to go back to a league or a club to regain that experience, and when the time is right to go back, we will see from there.
“Of course I would say to any young player: Try a different culture, a different league, a different language and don’t be afraid, because it is a great opportunity. You will come back a different person and a better player.”
The former Fulham left-back was only able to register just 12 appearances in all competitions for the 2019/20 campaign, and he could only score 341 minutes of playing time in the Premier League for that season.
He was regarded as a young prospect, who was drawing interests across Europe even before he was signed by the Spurs. However, a player needs playing time if he wants to grow properly and fulfill his potential. He has been able to register 16 appearances in all competitions for the Bundesliga team this campaign, finding the back of the net twice in the process.
Sessegnon has previously claimed to have been in contact with Tottenham’s head coach, and his move to the Bundesliga team happened with the approval of the Portuguese manager that still sees him as a player with potential, and real money casino games have been build based on the former Fulham star.
The 20-year-old defender continued: “The main message was ‘just go out and play’, that’s exactly what he told me.
“He saw it as a good opportunity for me to go out and just play, play, play, bring that experience back, and then hopefully I’m ready for when I come back.
“When I scored my first goal he was in contact to congratulate me. Just here and there he drops me a little message to see how I’m doing, to see where I am with the injury and stuff like that. It was his birthday the other day and I dropped him a little message.”
The former Fulham star is currently tied down to a contract with the North London giants till the summer of 2025. He moved to White Hart Lane in the summer of 2019 from Fulham in a deal reported to be worth £25 million.