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Why Chelsea could speed up in their race to sign their priority target player



Why Chelsea could speed up in their race to sign their priority target player.

Leandro Trossard, a star player for Brighton, scored in the Seagulls’ 4-1 win over the Blues this weekend. This could make Chelsea move faster in their pursuit of Trossard. Graham Potter liked the 27-year-old when he was in charge at the Amex, and there have been a lot of rumors about the two getting back together. Those rumors could get stronger after Saturday’s thrashing.

Since coming to the Amex Stadium in 2019, Trossard has done well. He can play anywhere in the front three, and he has also done well as an attack-minded left wing-back. He is having his best season yet with the Seagulls. He has made 11 appearances and scored seven goals and set up two others. On Saturday, he scored the first goal in a 4-1 win over Chelsea.

In the past few weeks, the Blues have been linked with a move for the player, and Potter is eager to work with his old star again. Now, it looks like the club might be ready to step up its interest in the 21-times-capped international after how well he played in his team’s win over the Blues this weekend.

After keeping a close eye on the player for the past few weeks, Chelsea may now move faster to sign him. His play during Brighton’s win impressed the people in charge of the Blues, so they might try to convince him to come to Stamford Bridge sooner than they had planned.

Chelsea could try to take advantage of the fact that Trossard’s current contract with Brighton runs out at the end of the season. The south coast side has the option to keep him for another year, and it is thought that the club is trying to work out a longer-term deal.

Brighton is thought to be willing to sell the player if they can’t agree on terms to keep him from leaving for free in 2023. Newcastle and Atletico Madrid are also said to be thinking about making a move for him

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