Tottenham want Ryan Sessegnon to play twice for their Under 23 team before he makes his full debut as he steps up his return from injury.
As per Daily Mail, Spurs have a plan to get the former Fulham man fully fit before he makes his long-awaited bow after he returned to training.
The Under 23s face Leicester tomorrow, Wolves next weekend and Arsenal on November 1. That means that the trip to Everton on November 3 might be an ambitious target, with perhaps the home match with Sheffield United on November 9 the most realistic target.
If he can be rushed into action against the Foxes’ young guns, then the Champions League trip to face Red Star could be the chosen match, although a tough European trip may not be the ideal time.
TBR’s View – Sessegnon could help ease concerns over Rose’s lack of form
Sessegnon could have been penciled in as a left back at Tottenham, despite the fact that he played on the left of midfield a lot for Fulham.
And with Tottenham’s back four struggling, with Danny Rose far from his best, Sessegnon could be pressed into action there, offering pace and dynamism which is sorely lacking.
That said, he could also offer pace as an attacking impact sub off the bench. But Tottenham fans must be frustrated that it has taken so long to get the youngster on the pitch.