Brighton & Hove Albion player, Yves Bissouma, is the current star of the Seagulls as his performance in the midfield is improving day by day. While it has been rumored that Yves Bissouma is willing to leave the club to join some potential Premier League buyers in January. But for that to happen Bissouma has to first clean up his training and off-the-pitch acts.
Yves Bissouma joined Brighton & Hove Albion back in 2018 from French club LOSC Lille. Following his developing form in the midfield, the Seagulls decided to cash in on Yves Bissouma.
Since the midfielder joined the Seagulls, he has appeared 101 times, scoring 4 goals and 2 assists in all competitions. While Bissouma is the most trusted man in the midfield for Graham Potter in recent years.
But, Bissouma’s training ground acts has been the most worrying part for Brighton. The midfielder lacks professionalism in him as he is mostly involved in troubles. While he is also late most of the time in the training which shows his poor time-keeping.
Following these issues, Bissouma has been advised to clean up his acts if he wants to play for a bigger club in the future. The midfielder has a dream of playing in a Champions League which could be coming true in some time. As Manchester United and Liverpool have shown interest to sign the Seagull star.
United are in need of a midfield addition and were seeing Declan Rice as an option, but the price for him too is high. Following which they are now keeping tabs on Bissouma. While Liverpool are also in need of a central midfielder after letting go of Georginio Wijnaldum this summer.
Yves Bissouma was arrested on suspicion of sexual assault few days back
The midfielder apart from being trouble in the training ground also has some serious issues off the ground. Yves Bissouma was arrested last week on Wednesday on the suspicion of sexual assault. However, he was released the next day on conditional bail until 3rd November.
Following the arresting news of Bissouma, the club had released a statement regarding the matter. It said,” Brighton and Hove Albion are aware that one of its players is assisting police with the investigation of an alleged offense.” “The matter is subject to a legal process and the club is, therefore, unable to make further comment at this time.”
If Yves Bissouma really wants a big-money move to some top European club in his near future, then he has to clean up his mess soon. If not then he would be struggling and playing for not-so-big clubs.
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