Fulham have protected themselves from losing Ryan Sessegnon on the cheap.
The teenage wing-back is again making headlines this week after his hat-trick in victory over Sheffield United.
Sessegnon became the first 17-year-old to net a treble in one of the top four tiers of English football since Dele Alli.
The teen — scouted by Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur — signed his first professional contract with Fulham in June. And it’s been revealed no buyout clause was inserted in the deal, says the Daily Mail.
Sessegnon is tied to the Cottagers until 2020.