Brighton manager Graham Potter has declined to be refused to be involved in any speculation about the future of Aston Villa Glenn Murray’s potential target.
Murray, a Brighton favorite, isn’t the club’s first pick after another Aston Villa target’s summer signing: Neal Maupay.
“He’s now back to training and should be available for the team against Everton, so no news,” Potter said when he asked questions about Murray’s future in Brighton.
The forward started thirty games with Chris Hughton in the Premier League last season and scored thirteen goals.
This season he managed three departures for Potter, he understands Murray’s situation.
“I understand players, when the windows are open, they have a chance to look at their situation and see if there is a chance to get more game time.”
“At the same time, they have to find the right option, the club has to get the right things moving from their perspective and it’s just the noise of the transfer window.”
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According to reports, Murray, whose contract expires at the end of the season, is on Villa’s long list – which at the moment is indeed a very long list of attackers.
The Villa is in desperate need of a new addition to the advanced ranks after first-rate striker Wesley fell into a terrible end-of-season injury on New Years Day. Striker Jonathan Kodjia is “sick” and Keinan Davis is struggling with fitness problems.