Bundesliga giants heap pressure on Brighton to sell as CEO claims forward has ‘100% committed’ to club

Bundesliga giants heap pressure on Brighton to sell as CEO claims forward has ‘100% committed’ to club
Bundesliga giants heap pressure on Brighton to sell as CEO claims forward has ‘100% committed’ to club

Bundesliga giants heap pressure on Brighton to sell as CEO claims forward has ‘100% committed’ to club

Bundesliga giants heap pressure on Brighton to sell as CEO claims forward has ‘100% committed’ to club

Under new manager Fabian Hurzeler, Brighton & Hove Albion is expected to have a busy summer, but it seems like a major Bundesliga team is eager to raid the team for their star forward.

In his first season, Roberto De Zerbi led Brighton & Hove Albion to a Europa League finish and came just one penalty shootout away from taking the team to the Wembley FA Cup final.
But after a less successful second season under the Italian, Brighton and De Zerbi decided it was time to call it quits, and the South Coast team decided to bring in St Pauli manager Fabian Hurzeler to take his place.

Hurzeler has never played in the Premier League before, so things could grow harder for the German in the near future.

An 18-goal attacker might be raided by Brighton

According to HITC, midfielder Pascal Gross is getting closer to joining Borussia Dortmund, and the German powerhouse is optimistic that they can finalize a deal for the 33-year-old.

Although the midfielder’s departure would be a significant loss for the team, Mats Wieffer of Feyenoord has signed a £30 million contract to transfer to the AMEX Stadium.

However, attacker Denis Undav, who played a prominent role for the Bundesliga overachievers while on loan at Vfb Stuttgart last season, may be another player that Brighton loses.

Bundesliga giants heap pressure on Brighton to sell as CEO claims forward has ‘100% committed’ to club
Bundesliga giants heap pressure on Brighton to sell as CEO claims forward has ‘100% committed’ to club

Brighton wanted to evaluate him throughout preseason and retain him for the upcoming campaign despite his strong performances in his own country, but the Bundesliga team had other plans.

“With Deniz Undav, we have good chances,” Alexander Wehrle, CEO of Stuttgart, told Fussball News.

Ultimately, time may also be a factor. We might have to declare, “This far, no further,” at some point. However, that moment is still ahead of us, and the market won’t truly pick up steam until after the European Championships.

“He (Undav) gave us his whole commitment. We are therefore willing to execute a transfer involving this substantial cash amount—by our standards. However, we shall exercise restraint and not go beyond certain bounds.

Brighton needs to make sure they keep Undav.

Brighton’s top brass would be wise to hang onto Undav, who has had difficulty making an impression on the South Coast.

With 18 goals in the Bundesliga the previous season, Undav is a player that Brighton can rely on as they enter a new phase under Hurzeler.

For Evan Ferguson to develop, the team needs a striker who can be his first choice, thus they need to make sure the German stays in Brighton past this summer.

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