FULHAM have published that Ryan Sessegnon might not be leaving the membership this month.
Manchester United and Tottenham are each reportedly involved in signing the 17-year-old prodigy.
Sessegnon has established himself as one of the crucial most sensible teenagers in English soccer.
And in spite of signing a profitable new deal ultimate summer season, it was once believed United and Spurs had been getting ready mega-money bids to land the left-back in January.
Sessegnon is predicted to develop into British soccer’s most costly youngster as soon as he leaves Craven Cottage for the highest flight, beating Anthony Martial’s £36million rate to Old Trafford.
But Jose Mourinho and Mauricio Pochettino must wait till the summer season ahead of presenting Sessegnon with their provides and plans for the long run.
Fulham vice-chairman Tony Khan made the surprise revelation on Wednesday.
But it does imply the Cottagers do be expecting Sessegnon to go away, giving main boosts to each United and Spurs.
The Telegraph file Khan as announcing: “As it’s been the topic of quite a lot of hypothesis, I’d love to announce that Ryan Sessegnon is staying with Fulham soccer membership and might not be departing throughout this January transfer window.
“Ryan is a very important part of the Fulham family, and we’re grateful that he’ll be with us we fight to achieve promotion this season.”