Graham Potter comments on Liverpool target Yves Bissouma,
Brighton boss Graham Potter has prompt that midfielder Yves Bissouma is focussed on doing properly on the membership amid hypothesis on his future.
The 24-year-old – who joined the Seagulls in 2018 for a charge within the area of £15m – has a contract on the membership until 2023.
He has been very spectacular this season and has caught the eye of a number of heavyweight Premier League golf equipment together with Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal.
Potter has claimed that Brighton haven’t obtained any affords for the midfielder, and in flip has questioned the reliability of the media.
Bissouma has been one of the constant performers for Brighton this season, and has began in every of the 13 top-flight video games.
“There have been no approaches. As I’ve mentioned earlier than, simply because it’s within the newspaper, doesn’t essentially imply it’s true,” mentioned Potter as quoted by Sky Sports activities.
“My focus on Yves is how I might help him enhance and I believe he’s nonetheless acquired some enchancment to do.
“That’s my focus with him, to attempt to assist him attain his full potential. He’s acquired some work to do but, in order that’s what we’re focusing on.”
Brighton are combating for survival this season and sit two factors above the relegation zone.
Bissouma – who has made 70 appearances in all competitions for Brighton – is an excellent participant however he’s removed from being the completed product. Potter is totally proper that he nonetheless has acquired some enchancment to do, and that he’s not poised for an imminent departure away from Amex Stadium.
Liverpool are choc-a-bloc with world-class midfielders and stockpiling on that place doesn’t make sense, particularly in January.
Signing a defender is a precedence for the Reds subsequent month to cowl for the lack of Joe Gomez and Virgil van Dijk by way of accidents. Nevertheless, it will likely be fascinating to see if the Reds in any respect make an method to signal the midfielder.