Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is pushing to land a replacement for Andy Robertson at the left-back despite the 25-year-old already establishing himself at the Anfield and gives hope of retaining the spot for years to come.
However, there is a need to have an option for him to avert major concerns in situations of injuries and bad form. Alberto Moreno was tipped to have that done but he seems frustrated as a result of the lack of playing time and is already pushing for a move away from the club.
This makes Liverpool consider the option of Ryan Sessegnon coming to the club from Premier League side Fulham.
The Reds had made efforts to snap up the player in 2017 with North London outfit Tottenham also making moves but failed as well.#
However, Ryan Sessegnon has a contract running with Fulham until 2020 but should the Reds have an offer submitted for him, he could be forced to leave the team in the coming summer transfer window.
Meanwhile, the only issue with Ryan Sessegnon is his wish to play regularly and that cannot be promised him at the Anfield at the moment which makes his capture more difficult as it has been in the past.