- Sat Sep 9 11:27 PM
The 34-year-old was released by Manchester City at the end of last season and had been considered by Brighton, Chelsea, West Ham and Everton during the summer months.
- Sat Sep 9 6:07 AM
SkySports Tomer Hemed looked set to leave Brighton this summer but now finds himself given the task of kick-starting their season. Hemed was linked with Reading, Derby and Leeds while Seagulls manager Chris Hughton tried desperately to bring in another striker. and more »
- Fri Sep 8 12:34 PM
has reportedly snubbed a move to Brighton in favour of joining West Ham or Leicester. The French international was released by Manchester City at the end of last season and is currently a free agent. But L’Equipe claim that he will soon have a new employer as he prepares to make a de...
- Wed Sep 6 2:55 PM
Chris Hughton says the balance of play should have resulted in a win for Brighton at Watford, but he is happy with a point. Brighton have agreed a deal to sign Sweden under-19 striker Viktor Gyokeres from IF Brommapojkarna. Gyokeres, 19, will join the Premier League club's U23 squad when the tran...
- Wed Sep 6 2:21 PM
The 19-year-old will join the Premier League club's Under-23 squad when the transfer window opens on January 1. He has put pen to paper on a two-and-a-half year contract, which will run until June 2020.
- Wed Sep 6 12:46 PM
Brighton have agreed a deal to sign Sweden Under-19 striker Viktor Gyokeres from IF Brommapojkarna.
- Wed Sep 6 12:10 PM
SkySports Gyokeres will sign a two-and-a-half year deal on January 1 to complete his move from IF Brommapojkarna and then link up with Albion's U23 squad. B'mouth vs Brighton. September 15, 2017, 7:00pm. Live on Sky Sports Premier League HD. Get Sky Sports and more »
- Tue Sep 5 7:30 PM
THEY may be Premier League new boys, but Brighton and Huddersfield Town incredibly made the top ten of European clubs by net spend on transfer dealings this summer. As the transfer window slammed shut, Neymar’s world-record breaking transfer of £198million from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain se...
- Tue Sep 5 7:07 PM
THEY may be Premier League new-boys, but Brighton and Huddersfield incredibly made the top ten of European clubs left in negative balances on transfer dealings this summer. As the transfer window slammed shut, Neymar’s world-record breaking transfer of £198million from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Ge...