Ryan Sessegnon’s time at Tottenham seems to be coming to an end.
That’s according to Alasdair Gold, Spurs’ correspondent for Football London, who believes that the player is unlikely to get consistent playing time at Spurs.
He claims that Sessegnon will have to wait until the summer and head out either on a permanent deal or a loan move.
Speaking on the Last Word on Spurs, Gold shared an update on the player’s fitness and his future at the club.
“I saw he was in the video doing gym work this week. It’s a difficult one. I asked Ange about him the other day.
“Essentially he just had I suppose what you’d expect from someone who’s just played their first game in 11 months, he just had some aches and pains and little issues that need dealing with.
“It’s a really difficult one because he’s kind of a guy that needs a run of football but I don’t think he’s going to get it, that’s the problem.
“I think he’s just going to have to wait until the summer and head somewhere, whether it’s loan or permanent, but he’s not going to get it at Spurs right now.”
Sessegnon had just returned to action after being sidelined since the summer with a hamstring injury sustained during training.
He made his return against Burnley coming on for the final 10 minutes, but it was not his best cameo.
It was then revealed that he picked up a knock again due to which he missed the game at Old Trafford and the FA Cup clash against Manchester City.
It seems improbable that the London-born player will be able to rejuvenate his career in North London, given the consistent setbacks caused by injuries.
Additionally, the current player ahead of him, Desting Udogie, has been in brilliant form.