Ryan Sessegnon scored one of Tottenham’s four goals against Southampton on Saturday and said his manager would have killed him if he didn’t get into that position
Destiny Udogie’s closure to Tottenham means the competition for places at the North London club will be rife for next season.
Udogie, a goalscoring wing-back will compete for places next season against Sessegnon, who has grown in leaps and bounds in the last six months.
The former Fulham defender became a regular under Conte and is being encouraged to get in dangerous positions.
Against Joe Aribo’s Southampton…