How Chelsea Can Benefit From Brighton’s Interest In Colwill, Gallagher And Broja This Summer
Brighton and Hove Albion have identified a number of Chelsea Players that they want to sign this summer. The Seagulls have already made their intentions to sign Levi Colwill known before the end of the last season and they haven’t desist from pursuing the English Centre-back, despite Chelsea’s strong stance against selling him.
The Roberto De Zerbi’s side is keen on strengthening their team this season by signing Albanian Forward Armando Broja and English Midfielder Conor Gallagher.
Brighton’s interest in Chelsea’s academy graduates Conor Gallagher, Armando Broja and Levi Colwill this summer can help the Blues to get what they want from the Seagulls or at least, make the West London club the front-runner in their pursuit to sign Ecuadorian Midfielder Moises Caicedo.
Arsenal has initially pumped the breaks in the race to sign Moises Caicedo but the Gunners might get back into it if Ghanaian Midfielder Thomas Partey leaves Emirates Stadium this summer.
The fact that both Chelsea and Brighton are looking to sign Players from one another this summer can galvanize their relationship.
Chelsea doesn’t want to sell Levi Colwill but Conor Gallagher is one of the Players that Chelsea wants to sell while the Blues might reconsider the future of Armando Broja.
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