Manchester United and Real Madrid to raid the race of Liverpool to sign Brighton & Hove Albion star Yves Bissouma. The 24-year-old midfielder joined the seagulls from Lille for €15 million in 2018.
Mali international has been at the spotlight from the start of this season’s English Premier League. The Amex have not been able to put quite a show even though and are close to the relegation zone in the League table, but their star player has managed to put big teams on his trail.
According to Transfermarkt, Bissouma is priced at €13 million but Graham Potter’s side wouldn’t prefer to leave him unless €35-40 million is bid. Graham has admitted that he is not worried about losing his star man.
“I have never been a coach that worries about losing a player. “If you worry about losing players to teams higher up the hierarchy – because that’s ultimately what it is – and the club think selling the player is the right thing to do, then it’s a result of doing something well.– Graham Potter
REAL MADRID AND OTHER BIG TEAMS LINE UP FOR YVES BISSOUMA
Manchester United, Real Madrid, Liverpool and Arsenal all have set their eyes and locked horns to bring Bissouma to one’s own side this January. According to the Spanish outlet, Defensa Central, Zinedine Zidane would choose cheaper alternative Bissouma over United’s Paul Pogba or Rennes’s Eduardo Camavinga.
It is clear that Real Madrid is facing a financial crisis and would prefer to not worsen situations furthermore.
Manchester United would love to dig in at the January transfer market as well, since Paul Pobga is under controversies and dilemma to leave or stay, with probabilities of leaving luring.
Liverpool sees Bissouma as a replacement for Georginio Wijnaldum, who could quit Anfield, if he does not pen down new contract at the Merseyside.
Arsenal face issues this season and could exit Premier League if matters tend to worsen through the season. Mikel Arteta would probably be at the market if he needs a fresh injection.
Yves Bissouma still has two-and-a-half years in a contract at Brighton. What to happen is to be witnessed sitting aback, as big clubs are tempting.
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