Tottenham Hotspur manager has given the green signal to the Danny Rose transfer and news has it that the Argentine manager is already out in the market looking for a potential replacement.

According to reports, Spurs will make a revised bid for Fulham youngster Ryan Sessegnon. The Cottagers have valued the left-back somewhere in the region of £30 million but Spurs will not have it easy as Chelsea are also said to be looking at the player. Chelsea has this fear that they might lose out on Marcos Alonso this summer after interest from Real Madrid and thus the West London outfit is keen to bring in a back up for the Spaniard.

Sessegnon broke into the first team setup at Fulham last season and since then the 17-year-old has made 50 appearances for the Cottagers.

Spurs are also set to be looking at Manchester United’s Luke Shaw as a possible replacement for the outgoing Danny Rose. Rose is likely to move to United during the summer and Spurs are hoping that they can ask for the services of Luke Shaw in a swap deal.

Rose has established himself as one of the best left wing-backs in Europe under Mauricio Pochettino but this season the English international has fallen down the pecking order with Ben Davies taking up his role in the first team. But Sessegnon is a player who has all the attributes required to replace Danny Rose in the left wing-back role.

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