Chelsea’s hopes of landing midfielder Leandro Trossard have been supplied a main improve by the Brighton player.
Rumours have recommended that the 27-calendar year-aged could observe manager Graham Potter to Stamford Bridge, with the Belgium international getting been connected with a achievable go in the summer season.
Trossard, who is valued by FootballTransfers at €17 million, has spoken out on the possibility of completing a transfer to team up with his previous manager. Although he is constructive about the strategy, he is not organized to shift at all expenditures.
Trossard ‘wants’ Chelsea transfer
Speaking to Het Nieuwsblad, he said: “Our manager has gone to Chelsea now, but the speculation about me pursuing him is nonsense. If the prospect occurs, I want to go. But I want to play and not sit on the bench.
“I sense extremely great. We experienced a super excellent start out with Brighton. I have created a lot. Now I know how the Premier League works. I have grown enormously in that. Assurance, mentally, bodily…”
Chelsea have previously been frustrated in the transfer market this summer by just one player who did not want to sign up for them for worry of a absence of game time. Lens defender Jonathan Clauss turned down the prospect of relocating to the Blues and rather picked Marseille just mainly because he felt he experienced a improved chance of starting off.
Trossard’s case is comparable in that he has been a somewhat late developer in the game, only coming to the fore in his mid-20s with Brighton. He has because proven himself as a sturdy Premier League performer on the left of the park. By now this season, he has two goals and two assists to his credit history in six league matches.
Brighton’s challenge now will be protecting that sort after the loss of Potter, who hopes to transfer his magic formulation effectively to Chelsea.