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Tottenham Hotspur are lining up a move for Fulham defender Steven Sessegnon, the brother of summer signing Ryan, per The Sun.
The report states that Spurs attempted to sign Steven when they were in negotiations for his brother in the summer, making a £3m bid.
That offer was rejected but The Sun states that Fulham fear Spurs will return with another offer soon.
His twin brother has yet to make his debut for Tottenham due to injuries.
But Steven has already made four appearances for the Cottagers this season and has also been included in the England Under-21 squad for clashes with Turkey and Kosovo.
Daniel Levy made a deal for Ryan very difficult by attempting to bring in his brother too.
Football FanCast understands that negotiations between the two clubs dragged because of his determination to sign both twins.
Fulham wanted the two deals to be separate and, ironically, the path could now be smoother.
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Because they already have one, negotiations are unlikely to be anywhere near as complicated as they look to bring Steven into the club, provided they can agree a fee with the Championship club.
Levy has always been regarded as a master negotiator and it appears that his determination could well pay off.