Sunday, 25 August, 2019

Fulham v. Man United

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Cary Erickson | 13 February, 2019, 01:11

Man Utd are unbeaten in 10 Premier League contests against Fulham, winning eight and drawing two.

The Reds got to see Sessegnon up close when he was introduced as a substitute in the final stages of Saturday's 3-0 victory at Craven Cottage and are reportedly buoyed by the fact that his contract talks are not progressing smoothly.

Sessegnon has played regularly in both left-back and left-midfield since his breakthrough nearly three years ago, and a move to Manchester United and Tottenham was hinted at when the Fulham man revealed his footballing idols. And, with Manchester United ready to splash £50 million on the 18-year-old, Fulham could be wise and accept the money to adjust the decreased revenue as a result of the relegation.

"You've got to catch up with the other teams ahead of us, especially City, Liverpool but now Tottenham - they're really in the running as well".

Solskjaer is now preparing for the future as the Express suggest United are expected to be extremely active in the transfer market as they look to become genuine title challengers again and Sessegnon has emerged as a target. They are [3.1] to win to nil.

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He has still managed two goals and five assists in 23 Premier League games, including just 16 starts. Manchester United are [2.6] to win half-time/full-time. But these big games coming up will determine where we end up. Mitrovic is [3.0] to score.

Sessegnon again made history by becoming the first player born after 2000 to score a Premier League goal, which he secured against Cardiff in October. Rashford is [2.3] to find the net.

According to an exclusive report from Express, Ryan Sessegnon might not be a Fulham player for too long.

The 18-year-old versatile player does not want to sign a new deal before getting enough clarity of what's going to happen with Fulham and considering the side seems ticketed to lose their top-flight status just one year after promotion, it makes sense for Sessegnon to try and find options elsewhere.