Brighton line up a transfer for RB Leipzig defender Angelino as a attainable alternative for Marc Cucurella ought to the Spanish left again depart for Chelsea in a £50m deal
- Brighton contemplating RB Leipzig’s Angelino as alternative for Marc Cucurella
- The 25-year-old might depart the Purple Bull Enviornment after the arrival of David Raum
- Angelino additionally attracted the curiosity of West Ham and German facet Hoffenheim
RB Leipzig left-back Angelino may very well be returning to the Premier League as Brighton’s alternative for Marc Cucurella.
With Cucurella near a transfer to Chelsea after submitting a switch request, the Seagulls need to fill that hole.
And with RB Leipzig’s latest acquisition of Germany worldwide David Raum on a five-year deal from fellow Bundesliga facet Hoffenheim, Spanish-born Angelino may very well be near transferring away.
Angelino may very well be leaving the Bundesliga to go to Brighton as alternative for Marc Cucurella
According to Sky Sports reporter Florian Plettenberg, the state of affairs has attracted the curiosity of Hoffenheim, who’ve hopes of changing Raum with a mortgage deal for Angelino, and West Ham – though David Moyes has beforehand distanced himself from that hyperlink.
Nevertheless, with the Seagulls set to make a big revenue on Cucurella, who they bought final yr for £15.4m, they’ve the earnings and the house to purchase huge.
It’s believed Brighton have set a £50m price ticket on Cucurella, and they’re in talks with Chelsea, because the Blues have agreed private phrases with the 24-year-old.
Brighton and Chelsea are persevering with talks, with Cucurella’s £50m transfer showing extra seemingly
Angelino, 25, was beforehand on the books at Manchester Metropolis, enjoying six video games for the Residents.
He has made 100 appearances throughout all competitions for RB Leipzig since becoming a member of them on mortgage in January 2020. He moved there completely 13 months later in February 2021.
Nevertheless, the arrival of 24-year-old Raum on the Purple Bull Enviornment on Sunday has led the Spanish left again to contemplate his future, and he might discover himself again within the prime flight of English soccer with Brighton.
Goalkeeper Robert Sanchez is the one different Spanish participant with the Seagulls, forward of their Premier League marketing campaign, which begins with a go to to Outdated Trafford on Sunday.