Tottenham inquires about Leandro Trossard availability with Brighton

Tottenham inquires about Leandro Trossard availability with Brighton

Spurs are monitoring Leandro Trossard position at Brighton ahead of a possible transfer, according to “allfootballleague.”

Recently, “allfootballleague” stated that the Seagulls had activated a 12-month extension provision in Trossard’s contract, keeping him down until 2024 and preventing him from leaving on a free transfer this summer.

The success of Brighton over the last two seasons has generated transfer interest in important players like Alexis Mac Allister and Moises Caicedo, whose value has increased since winning the World Cup with Argentina.

However, insiders have informed “allfootballleague” that Trossard is the most probable regular starter to leave the Amex Stadium this month. However, that does not necessarily imply that Brighton will let him depart for a bargain price.

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Tottenham has inquired about Trossard’s availability and is being kept abreast of his status, although he is not a major priority for them at this point of the transfer market.

Newcastle United also wants the Belgian international. Dan Ashworth, the sports director of Newcastle United, was at Brighton in 2019 when the Seagulls signed him from Genk.

Brossard is generally a wide striker who has significantly increased his goal production in recent seasons, although he can also play in the center or at wing-back.