Fulham star Ryan Sessegnon has reportedly agreed to a deal that will see the 17-year-old join Tottenham once the transfer window opens, regardless of the Cottagers' success in the ​Championship playoffs this season.

Sessegnon has been attracting interest from all across Europe throughout the season, with Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain among those reported to be interested in signing the French-speaking youngster to replace Layvin Kurzawa.

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But a report from PSG insiders Paris United claims that the versatile winger is on his way to north London this summer, claiming that ​Tottenham "have already agreed a deal" with Sessegnon.

It has also been suggested that the England U21 international could return to Craven Cottage next season to further his development on a season-long loan.

Sessegnon has emerged as one of the county's brightest talents this season, and many expect the London-born star to be part of a new 'golden generation' with the England national team.

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Originally breaking through into ​Fulham's first team as a full back, the 17-year-old has slowly been moved further forward and now often occupies a place at left midfield - much like how ex-Spurs star Gareth Bale first rose to prominence.