Leandro Trossard demands Brighton exit!
Trossard‘s agent has said that Brighton’s star has been “humiliated” by Roberto De Zerbi. And the player has urged the team to work with him on a prospective transfer out.
The 28-year-old abandoned a training session after learning he was not included in the team to face Middlesbrough in the FA Cup last weekend, and the Albion head coach announced on Friday that he will miss Saturday’s home match against Liverpool.
The Italian repeated claims that the Belgian international, who has drawn interest from Newcastle United, Chelsea, and Tottenham, was not giving his all for the team, but he avoided claiming that his time with the Seagulls was up and that his “door was open.”
Robert De Zerbi sends warning to outcast Brighton star
“Before Leandro left for Qatar, Brighton’s intention was to have Leandro Trossard sign on,” according to a statement. This did not occur because the parties were unable to reach an agreement. Leandro has also indicated that he is prepared to take the next step.
“After the World Cup, there was an altercation in training between Leandro and a player over a trivial matter. Since then, the manager has stopped speaking to Leandro, which is clearly not conducive to the atmosphere and is also not performance-oriented.
“Leandro still had a starting place against Southampton and Arsenal, but against Everton he was on the bench. He was also left out of the five substitutions that occurred at the time, with no explanation.
“In the run-up to the game against Middlesbrough for the FA Cup, Leandro Trossard had already indicated twice that he had problems with his calf. This is why he stopped training. In fact, this was done in consultation with the medical staff.
“The manager informed Leandro that he would have to train separately. Last Monday, the manager publicly humiliated Leandro and stated that he no longer wanted to see him. A manager who hasn’t communicated directly with his player in four weeks is truly perplexing. In addition, the manager has stated several times that a transfer is the most convenient solution.
“It is therefore critical that Brighton cooperates with a potential transfer during this transfer period. And it displays a benevolent attitude that benefits both parties.”
Brighton recently exercised an option in Trossard’s contract to extend it until June 2024, ensuring that he will not be released for free this summer. Tottenham have requested to be kept updated on Trossard’s situation this month. But the Seagulls are unlikely to sell on the cheap.
Despite the drama, Brighton are on track to surpass their 51-point total from last season, when they finished ninth, their best Premier League finish since promotion in 2017.
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