Many teams are interested in Yves Bissouma
Brighton CEO Tony Bloom is eager to hear proposals for the club’s most valuable assets, with the likes of Ben White and Yves Bissouma attracting interest from Liverpool, Arsenal and Man Utd.
What did Tony Bloom say
Robert Sanchez and Tariq Lamptey also sparked transfer talk at the Amex Stadium, with their obvious qualities attracting admirable looks from afar. The Seagulls will not part with anyone on the cheap, with the aspirations of the Premier League on the south coast, but no paths will be blocked if the assessments are fulfilled and the desire to move on is expressed. Tony Bloom said after seeing the likes of Yves and Ben being the subject of intense speculation that this is not the downside. The more the big clubs out there are interested in their players, the more they do the right thing, which is why Tony is in awe of it and knows that some of their best players won’t be with them forever. If the right offer comes in and it has to be the right offer and they want to go, then they will leave and Tony expects the vast majority to be here early next season.
Who has an interest in a star
Liverpool and Arsenal were heavily involved with the relocation for Yves. International the Mali has played three successful seasons in English football, earning a reputation as one of the Premier League’s best midfielders. Lamptey is another who has seen his stock skyrocket since the completion of his move to the Amex from Chelsea, with Munich-based Bayern Munich said she is among the diminutive right-back’s numerous quibbles. The talented 20-year-old has been grappling with injury this season, but Ben is among those thriving in Brighton’s back line. The former Leeds midfielder is on the preliminary England squad for the UEFA European Championship, and Man Utd said he has a list of goals in the center half. Interest from Old Trafford has also been discussed at Sanchez, the 23-year-old is looking to take David de Gea’s with Spain and potentially replace him at the club level.