De Zerbi now eyes £43m duo after Barco

Football FanCast brings you the definitive Brighton & Hove Albion transfer round-up as the January window gets underway.

The Seagulls had a pretty successful summer window in terms of incomings and outgoings – the latter of which found them in the middle of the biggest saga of the year. But what’s in store for 2024?

Well, the rumour mill concerning potential incomings at Brighton & Hove Albion is slowly starting to spin up as the winter window kicks into gear.

Latest Brighton transfer news – in

Monday 15th January

Udinese's Lazar Samardzic in action with Torino's Samuele Ricci

Lazar Samardžić – Udinese: According to a report out of Italy (via Sport Witness), Brighton have joined the race alongside Juventus and Napoli to sign the midfielder.

Indeed, it has been claimed the Seagulls – with Napoli – have taken the next step towards trying to bring in the Serbian star this month.

It is believed the 21-year-old is valued by Udinese in the region of €25m (£21.5m), having played over 80 times for the Serie A outfit after joining from the Bundesliga in 2021.

Sunday 14th January

Roberto de Zerbi

Facundo Medina – Lens: According to TeamTalk, the Seagulls are one of the Premier League clubs who are showing an interest in the Argentine centre-back.

And they are joined by Premier League giants Manchester United, but the original report coming out of Italy has claimed it will not be easy for some of the foreign sides to land the 24-year-old this month.

However, it is believed that his current deal with the Ligue 1 outfit holds a release clause which is worth €25m (£21.5m) which will make him much more accessible to the likes of United and Brighton.

Latest Brighton transfer news – out

Thursday 28th December


Evan Ferguson: According to a report from Football Insider, the Seagulls are confident of keeping Evan Ferguson at the club beyond this summer’s transfer window.

This comes amid the reported interest from the likes of Chelsea in the Irishman, however, it seems the Blues may have to turn their attention to their other targets with Brighton keen to keep their young prospect.

With the Seagulls believed to have put a huge valuation on Ferguson to scare off interested clubs, it is believed that may have worked with sources telling Football Insider they would be surprised to see Chelsea fund that move.

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