Manchester United plotting £50 million summer bid for Ryan Sessegnon

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Man Utd keen to land £50 million Ryan Sessegnon from Fulham

But since Claudio Ranieri replaced Slavisa Jokanovic as manager, he has found game-time hard to come by.

Fulham need the points to stay in the Premier League, while United need to keep their top four dreams alive.

Pogba dispatched his penalty with aplomb and United spent the final 25 minutes keeping their powder dry for PSG.

And the versatile left-winger's future is up in the air as we edge nearer to the summer transfer window.

Relegation is a real possibility for the Cottagers, who have failed to kick on from their promotion via the Championship play-offs last season.

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They report that United are ready to spend big on the English teenager, who is struggling to force his way into Claudio Ranieri's Cottagers starting lineup at present.

The England U21 worldwide has just 18 months left on his contract and is showing no sign of penning an extension, and the Express claim Man Utd are ready to test Fulham's resolve with a big offer at the end of the season.

Talks have been held to tie Sessegnon, previously watched by Tottenham, down on a more lucrative deal.

His efforts didn't go unnoticed, going on to be voted for by managers and players to win the Championship Player of the Season - all before turning 18.

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But that was back when Slavisa Jokanovic was in charge, life was good for Sessegnon at Fulham as an integral part of an exciting, attacking team, all set for a season back in the big-time.

And as he stalls over a new deal, United are considering making their move for the summer.

The England Under-21 international's versatility and potential makes him an attractive prospect for the Red Devils.

The youngster made his Fulham debut as a 16-year-old in 2016 and went on to make 30 appearances in his debut season before setting the league alight the following year.

Next up for United is a huge midweek clash with PSG, while Fulham travel to the London Stadium to face West Ham on Friday.

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