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Manchester United Two Years Away From Title Bid - Solskjaer

Manchester United Two Years Away From Title Bid - Solskjaer

The 18-year-old's ability and potential is unquestioned but the Fulham boss does not consider him Premier League ready at present.

And Manchester United are said to be aware of the case as they keep tabs on his situation.

The newspaper says Man Utd have been alerted to the news that Sessegnon is stalling over a new contract at Craven Cottage and club chiefs are now ready to launch a £50m bid to lure the young winger to Old Trafford.

Ryan Sessegnon has been at Fulham since the age of eight and has gone through his early paces at the club before making his senior debut in the 2016-17 campaign. A Manchester United win is [1.65].

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The hosts, who started the day seven points from safety, looked unlikely to mount any sort of comeback - and the game was put to bed as a contest on 65 minutes when Pogba scored his second from penalty spot after Juan Mata had been fouled in the box. A Fulham victory is [5.9]. A Manchester United win and both teams to score is [3.05].

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A brace from Paul Pogba and a sensational solo goal from Anthony Martial were enough for the Premier League's form side, who have picked up 25 points from nine games since replacing Jose Mourinho with Solskjaer in December. Manchester United are [2.6] to win half-time/full-time.

Sessegnon again made history by becoming the first player born after 2000 to score a Premier League goal, which he secured against Cardiff in October.

80% of Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic's Premier League goals this season have come in home games (8/10). Rashford is [2.3] to find the net.

"The players just have to focus on the next one, and Fulham... that's the character-revealer".

"I've got a bit of a view on how the team will look against Chelsea, Liverpool, PSG but the closer you get to the Fulham game the more focused you are on just that one".