Kouassi Ryan Sessegnon (born 18 May 2000) is an English professional footballer who plays for Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur as a left-back, left midfielder, or left winger.
|Kouassi Ryan Sessegnon
|Date of birth
|18 May 2000
|Place of birth
|5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
|Left-back / Left midfielder / Left winger
Ryan Sessegnon Biography, Early Life
Ryan Sessegnon was born on May 18, 2000, in Roehampton, London, into a football-obsessed family. Stephane Sessegnon, his cousin, and Steven, his twin brother and ‘Fulham’s colleague, are also well-known football players.
Ryan and Steven had both played football since they were children and displayed exceptional talent. Ryan was a member of several teams as a youth, and it quickly became clear that he was here to make a name for himself on the national football stage.
Ryan Sessegnon Education
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Ryan Sessegnon’s Age, Height, And Weight
Ryan Sessegnon stands 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 70 kilograms.
He also has black eyes and black hair.
Aside from that, there is no information on his other bodily measurements.
Ryan, at eight years old, joined the ‘Fulham’ under-nine team in 2008 and continued to play for other junior teams over the next few years. He made his ‘EFL Cup’ debut in August 2016 against ‘Leyton Orient,’ at the age of 16.
On August 16, he made his championship game debut. On August 20, he scored his first career goal against ‘Cardiff City’. He became the first footballer born in the 2000s to achieve a championship match goal with this goal.
Ryan was making his professional football debut. He made his ‘FA Cup’ debut in January 2017 and scored against ‘Cardiff.’ In addition, he became one of the championship’s youngest goal scorers.
In March, he scored two goals against ‘Newcastle United,’ earning the appreciation of opposing player Alan Shearer, who praised Ryan’s performance as “excellent.” Alan’s team eventually won the championship, but Ryan was named tournament hero. He was also the youngest player ever to be named to the ‘PFA Championship Team of the Year.’
Following his 30 championship games, he became a national hero, with the media adoring him. The Italian newspaper ‘La Gazzetta dello Sport’ lauded him and included him in their “Top 30 Under-20s” list. ‘Sports Illustrated’ ranked him 19th on their list of the greatest players under the age of 20.
In 2016, he played for his country in the ‘Euro Under-17 tournament and scored his first goal for the ‘Under-19’ national team against Luxembourg in a ‘European Under-19 Championship qualifier.
His squad won the game by a score of 2-0. He was selected for the ‘Euro Under-19 finals and proved the management’s selection correct by scoring three goals against Germany. He finished the competition as the event’s joint-highest scorer.
Ryan’s contribution to England’s first ‘Euro Under-19 championship trophy was well appreciated. He was also named to the ‘Team of the Tournament.’
Several of his teammates and coaches have lauded Ryan’s abilities, and during the 2017 summer transfer window for the ‘English Premier League,’ several teams displayed interest in Ryan. ‘Manchester United,’ ‘Liverpool,’ and ‘Everton’ were three of the top clubs interested in signing him.
Ryan revealed in June 2017 that he had decided to continue with ‘Fulham’ and had signed a contract that would last until 2020. Ryan remarked that he was excited to gain more experience and that he simply wanted to play in as many games as possible.
He wore the number 3 shirt for his debut club season, which was in 2017-2018. He scored his first goal against Cardiff in September, in a match that ended in a tie. ‘FourFourTwo’ magazine named him one of the top adolescent footballers currently on the scene.
His performance peaked in a game against ‘Sheffield United’ in November 2017, when he scored his first professional hat-trick, leading his club to a 5-4 victory. He became the first adolescent footballer in the top four categories of English league football to score a hat-trick.
He scored six goals in January 2018 and was named ‘Championship Player of the Month.’
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club
Sessegnon signed a five-year contract with Tottenham Hotspur on August 8, 2019, with a one-year extension option. The reported fee of £25 million included the transfer of Josh Onomah to Fulham. Sessegnon did not make his Tottenham debut until the beginning of November due to injury. He came in late in injury time in a 1-1 draw against Everton. His Champions League debut came the following game when he came off the bench against Red Star Belgrade and assisted Christian Eriksen’s goal. In December, he made his first appearance in a Tottenham shirt against Bayern Munich in the Champions League, scoring his first goal for the club and becoming the club’s youngest player to do so.
Sessegnon played up one age category to represent England in the U17 Euros in 2016. On 10 November 2016, he scored his first goal for England Under-19s against Luxembourg in a European Under-19 Championship qualifier, netting the second goal in a 2-0 win.
Sessegnon was picked to the final 18-man roster for the Euro U19s finals on June 26, 2017. He went on to score three goals, two of which came in a 4-1 triumph over Germany, finishing the tournament as joint-top scorer as England won the World Cup for the first time. He was subsequently named to the tournament team.
Ryan Sessegnon’s Net Worth
Ryann is a successful rising star who makes a good living from his work.
His net worth is €18 million. Similarly, his current transfer value is between €21.5M and €35.8M.
Ryan Sessegnon Wife or /Girlfriend
Ryan Sessegnon is frequently likened to Gareth Bale. He is recognized as a practical man who has never publicly agreed to the parallels.
He aspires to play for his country alongside his twin brother, Steven, and claims that they had discussed being on the same team since they were children.
Ryan Sessegnon Awards
|Titles and season
|1x Promotion to 1st league
|1x European Under-19 participant
|England U19 – 3 Goals
|2x European Under-21 participant
|1x Euro Under-17 participant
|1x European Under-19 champion
|2x Champions League participant
|Tottenham Hotspur – 1 Goals
|1x Europa League participant
|TSG 1899 Hoffenheim