Manchester United and Tottenham target Ryan Sessegnon has put the Prem clubs on red alert after switching agents ahead of a summer transfer tussle.
The 17-year-old sensation and his twin brother Steven have moved to Unique Sports Management who handle deals for stars like Harry Kane and Wilfried Zaha.
Sessegnon and brother Steven are making the switch to USM with their current agents Andy Niedzwiecki and Joe Russo, avoiding any ugly contract disputes.
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USM CEO Will Salthouse said: “We are really excited to welcome Ryan and Steven in to the USM family, alongside their existing management team of Andy and Joe.
“They join a highly motivated and dedicated team who are committed to helping the guys achieve their career goals.”
Fearful Fulham have already started looking for left-sided players to replace Ryan who has broken into the England under-19 side and is tagged as the long-term replacement for Danny Rose.
The teenager bagged a hat-trick during his 50th appearance for the club in Fulham’s 5-4 defeat over Sheffield United.
The incredible treble was the first for a 17-year-old in the top-four tiers of English league football since Dele Alli in 2014.
Versatile brother Steven made his debut on in August in an EFL Cup third round tie against Wycombe Wanderers, as a late sub.
And he lifted the under-17 World Cup with the Three Lions in October.
Ryan had already won the U19 Euro Championship and finished joint top goalscorer at the summer tournament.
The super-talent siblings signed new Fulham contract extensions in the summer and that would help the Craven Cottage club rake in a fortune if they decide to sell.