End of story for Leandro Trossard at Brighton? Red Devil is no longer in the match squad | Premier League

Leandro Trossard is again one of the absolute strongholds at the English Brighton & Hove Albion this season. The club is in a good eighth place in the Premier League and Leandro Trossard has a large share in that success.

Our compatriot has already scored 7 goals this season and provided 3 assists. Trossard once again lived up to his name as a giant killer and shone with a hat-trick against Liverpool and goals against Manchester City and Chelsea.

But that success story now seems to be coming to a bitter end. Trossard, 28, feels ready to move up and would be keen on a transfer. Tottenham, for example, would be interested in the creative midfielder.

But Brighton does not want to lose his star player in the winter break. According to the well-informed The Athletic, it is therefore overarm between club and player, because Trossard’s effort is suffering from the saga.

Trossard is said to have left early at training without permission last week. An action that his trainer Roberto De Zerbi cannot appreciate at all. That is why he now excludes Trossard from his squad for Saturday’s important game against Liverpool.

“Leandro will not be there tomorrow,” De Zerbi said at a press conference on Friday. “He knows very well how I feel about it. He left training when it was clear that he would not play, that is not too good no.”

The transfer market in England closes on Tuesday, January 31 at 11 p.m. local time. So Trossard and Brighton still have a good two weeks left to reach a solution.


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