Brighton transfer news: Glen Murray hints Seagulls will sign UCL winner

James Milner of Liverpool (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)
James Milner of Liverpool (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images) /

In today’s Brighton transfer news – Glen Murray hints at the latest signing under Roberto De Zerbi, an update on Moises Caicedo & much more.

For yesterday’s Brighton transfer news, click here.

Brighton transfer news – Liverpool told to sign Moises Caicedo

Jurgen Klopp is looking to sign a midfielder this summer. With Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, James Milner and Fabinho all leaving the club this summer, this position is beginning to look bleak for the Reds.

England legend Darren Bent has suggested that Moises Caicedo could be the midfielder to come in and replace Fabinho this summer. The Brighton midfielder is seemingly on his way out after we reported yesterday that his replacement Mahmoud Dahoud had passed his medical.

Brighton transfer news – Glen Murray hints at James Milner signing

Brighton have an exceptional plethora of players but unfortunately, the one thing which is preventing them from entering elite status is their lack of winners.

Of course, Alexis Mac Allister is fresh from winning the World Cup with Argentina, being a key figurehead to that trophy charge. However, he’s leaving this summer, so they need to sign a serial winner who will benefit the up and coming players surrounding him. Enter James Milner.

Speaking to the Premier League, Brighton legend Glen Murray has hinted that his club will sign James Milner, saying they’d welcome him with open arms. Milner has won three Premier League titles and the Champions League, making him an exceptional signing under De Zerbi’s new project.

Brighton transfer news – Inter Milan enter race for Davide Frattesi

According to the latest report from FcInterNews, Inter Milan are showing keen intent to sign Sassuolo star Davide Fratessi this summer. Although, the Italian giants will face competition from Brighton who remain the front-runners.

What do you make of today’s Brighton transfer news roundup?