Mali global Bissouma is reputed to be needed by a large group of Europe’s top sides, including Spanish goliaths Real Madrid and Premier League rivals Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United.
Graham Potter says Brighton have not gotten any methodologies for Yves Bissouma and has scrutinized the unwavering quality of media reports connecting the midfielder with different clubs.
Mali global Bissouma is reputed to be needed by a large group of Europe’s top sides, including Spanish goliaths Real Madrid and Premier League rivals Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United. The 24-year-old has been among the Seagulls’ most steady entertainers this season and began every one of the 13 first class games for which he has been accessible.
Albion lead trainer Potter trusts Bissouma is a long way from understanding his maximum capacity and excused recommendations he is ready for an up and coming takeoff from the Amex Stadium.
“There have been no methodologies. As I’ve said previously, on the grounds that it’s in the paper, doesn’t really mean it’s actual,” said Potter, whose side sit two focuses over the transfer zone. “My attention on Yves is the manner by which I can assist him with improving and I believe he’s actually got some improvement to do. That is my concentration with him, to help out him arrive at his maximum capacity. He has some work to do yet, so that is the thing that we are zeroing in on.”
Bissouma, whose Brighton contract runs until 2023, was endorsed from French club Lille in July 2018 for an undisclosed expense, supposedly worth around £15m. He at first battled to hold down an ordinary beginning job for the Seagulls however has gotten progressively powerful under Potter since football continued post-lockdown in June. Bissouma has shown up in all rivalries for the south-coast club, scoring multiple times.