Brighton transfer news: Albion star set for surprise loan move, defender exits and Yves Bissouma claim
Brighton's talented young prospect set to test his skills north of the border Teddy Jenks, Albion’s under-23 captain is set to join Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen on a season-long loan. Jenks, 19, impressed last season for the under-23s as he scored eight goals and claimed two assists
Brighton are anticipating a hectic summer transfer window as they streamline their squad for a fifth consecutive season in the Premier League Albion confirmed last week that injury-hit Colombian winger Jose Izquierdo will depart at the end of this month and further players are likely to follow now the transfer window is open.
Everton appear to be closing in on the appointment of Nuno Santo as their new manager, but one other name tipped to replace Carlo Ancelotti is Graham Potter. However, Lawrie Sanchez believes that the Merseyside outfit might have been cautious of going for the Brighton boss because of how Marco Silva’s tenure went.
Everton are reportedly ‘edging closer’ to naming Nuno Espirito Santo as the club’s latest manager. The Toffees have been on the search for a new boss following the sudden departure of Carlo Ancelotti, the Italian chosen by Real Madrid as the man to replace Zinedine Zidane at the Bernabeu.
New Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou may be interested in bringing compatriot Mat Ryan to Parkhead, according to talkSPORT journalist Alex Crooks. The lowdown Brighton and Hove Albion boss Graham Potter dropped Ryan last November, promoting young Spaniard Robert Sanchez to the no. 1 role. Ryan had been on a run of consecutive Premier League starts stretching back to January 2019.
Former Tottenham Hotspur star Paul Stewart insists that Graham Potter would be a fine appointment for the club, and believes he could well bring both Lewis Dunk and Yves Bissouma with him to north London. Spurs are still on the lookout for a new boss after sacking Jose Mourinho in mid-April.
It was a tough season, but Brighton just about survived. Time for another battle against the drop – Chris Lakey looks at the Seagulls in the latest of our Premier League A-Z series Manager Graham Potter: Been there since May 2019, having taken over from former Canaries boss Chris Hughton after a year at Swansea.
Brighton head coach Graham Potter has been linked with the vacant roles at Tottenham and Everton - but will he stay on the south coast for next season? Former Brighton manager Brian Horton has advised Graham Potter to stay as Albion boss amid interest from Everton and Tottenham. The Seagulls head coach Potter has just completed his second season at the helm of the Sussex outfit and led them to consecutive joint record point total hauls in the Premier League (41).
Some Everton fans have been left to fume as a manager update emerged on Antonio Conte, Graham Potter and Nuno Espirito Santo. As per the Daily Telegraph, the Goodison Park faithful still hold an interest in Nuno Espirito Santo, while they have also made enquiries over the availability of both Antonio Conte and Graham Potter.
One of the main challenges Brighton head coach Graham Potter faced last season was trying to keep a large first team squad happy. It was confirmed this week that Jose Izquierdo will depart when his contract expires at the end of the month and Albion will be keen to reduce numbers further this summer.
Brighton academy boss John Morling has no doubt Ben White has the temperament to perform on the big stage. White, who joined the Albion academy aged 16, made 36 Premier League appearances for Graham Potter’s first team this season. He progressed through the youth ranks and also had loan spells at Peterborough, Newport and Leeds.
The 21-year-old Norwegian enjoyed an impressive season with the Sky Blues and is now considering his options for the 2021/22 campaign Leo Ostigard insists his future lies in his own hands and says he hasn’t ruled out a return to Coventry City. The 21-year-old Norwegian enjoyed a successful season with the Sky Blues on loan from Brighton and Hove Albion – his second season-long spell in consecutive campaigns, having previously been at German club St. Pauli.
Everton's search for a new manager continues, with Brighton & Hove Albion manager Graham Potter among the list of names linked to succeed Carlo Ancelotti. The former Ostersund manager's reputation has been growing following impressive spells in Sweden, followed by a managerial spell at Swansea and currently, as the manager of Premier League outfit Brighton.
As Everton move into a second week without Carlo Ancelotti at the helm, the heat is really being turned up in their bid to find a replacement. A number of suitors have been considered but a few frontrunners are now beginning to emerge. What’s the word?
What the papers say Nuno Espirito Santo is set to be appointed as the new manager of Crystal Palace, The Daily Telegraph reports. The Portuguese parted ways with Wolves by mutual consent before their last game of the season last month but is understood to be eager to stay in the Premier League He has been interviewed by Everton and Palace, but the Eagles are said to be front-runners.
Nuno Espirito Santo is set to be appointed as the new manager of Crystal Palace, The Daily Telegraph reports. The Portuguese parted ways with Wolves by mutual consent before their last game of the season last month but is understood to be eager to stay in the Premier League.
Everton are currently on the hunt for a new manager after Carlo Ancelotti left for Real Madrid last week Eight days have since passed since Carlo Ancelotti left everyone associated with Everton shell shocked as he departed for Real Madrid. So far the list of candidates linked with the role have done little to excite Everton fans, although one name continues to gather support.
The Brighton boss has been linked with the vacant managers role at Goodison Park and Brands is reportedly an admirer of his Everton’s search for their next manager took another turn this week following news that Brighton manager Graham Potter was reportedly one of the candidates that the club are considering.
Just when speculation settled on Graham Potter’s link to Tottenham, the Albion boss was once again trending on social media as Everton continue their search for a new manager. Potter was forced to bat away persistent questions on his future in his final press conferences of the season as Tottenham looked to replace Jose Mourinho.
Graham Potter is an option for Everton in their search for a new manager, according to The Athletic. The Blues are still searching to secure a replacement for Carlo Ancelotti, who left to return to Real Madrid last week. They held talks with former Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Nuno Espirito Santo over the vacancy, but with ‘doubters’ in the club hierarchy, they haven’t moved to appoint the Portuguese tactician