Brighton look forward to steal Man City winger Cole Palmer on loan

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Manchester City winger Cole Palmer is certainly a player who has suitors in the Premier League. Brighton are looking for a while now to potentially do a permanent transfer out of Man City. Palmer made an impact in the Super League final in the week and will be looking forward to spending more time on the field. It is never easy to make a move or walk away from a club of the stature of City. He is in big talk from both clubs, the manager said he is going to be sold but he has been performing very well on the pitch.

Manchester City will look into the opportunity to strike a fruitful relationship with Brighton. For that City are willing to sell their winger Cole Palmer to Brighton. With Jeremy Doku likely to join City this summer, Pep will surely look to get rid of a talented winger. But why? The statements are still not clear from the Spanish manager. Cole scored an outstanding goal against Arsenal in the Community Shield. Scored a lovely header for that Super Cup final, which shows how motivated he is to step up for his team in big games.

Cole Palmer is uncertain of his future:

Following the departure of Riyad Mahrez, it is absolutely certain that Pep is looking for another right-sided winger. It is no secret that he wants to provide an alternative to Bernardo Silva and Phil Foden.

However, Palmer is the one who has been linked with an exit. And Brighton is very keen to acquire his services permanently. Brighton has now earned a reputation for nurturing some of the best young talents in Europe. Then they allow them to leave for the price that they deserve. Recently, Alexis Mac Allister and Caicedo are the two top examples of it.

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With Kauro Mitoma also likely to be one of the top Brighton sales in the near future, over £150m worth of players could leave the Seagulls before this transfer window shut – and City, with their significant transfer budgets, could have a positive relationship with Brighton to lean on in case of bidding chaos.

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