Transfer gossip: Tottenham face £30m bill for Championship duo; Leeds United January transfer plans hinted

Tottenham Hotspur will reportedly have to pay £20m if they want to sign Fulham starlet Ryan Sessegnon.

According to the Mirror, current Spurs left-back Danny Rose looks set to leave the club to join Manchester United and Sessegnon looks to be his replacement.

The report also says that Spurs want Sessegnon’s twin brother Steven included in the deal, which would cost another £10m for the Premier League outfit.

Ryan Sessegnon has made 24 appearances for Fulham this season, scoring four goals, while his brother Steven has featured twice in midfield for the Slavisa Jokanovic’s side.

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Leeds United managing direct Angus Kinnear has hinted at the potential plans the club has for the upcoming January transfer window.

Thomas Christiansen signed 14 players in the summer but Kinnear’s message inside the matchday programme for Leeds’ match against Norwich City on Saturday hints that the New Year window could be a quiet one for the club.

“The ability of the squad to cope so admirably with a number of injuries and the undeniable quality that has been shown by players taking their chance in the first team, either for the first team or in a different role, means that our playing solutions for the rest of the season are more likely to come from inside than outside the existing squad.

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“The January window will attract the usual media hysteria but it is notoriously difficult to navigate and secure both quality and value.

“If any business is done at Leeds United it will be focused, considered and founded on the meticulous analysis of Victor and his team.”

Leeds currently sit in seventh place in the Sky Bet Championship, five points behind Derby County who are in fourth.

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