Leandro Trossard is training away from the Brighton first-team with manager Roberto De Zerbi concerned about his attitude… while his future at the club is uncertain as Tottenham monitor the Belgian forward’s situation.
- Leandro Trossard has been training away from Brighton’s first-team in recent days
- He is a major doubt for this weekend’s clash against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool
- Roberto De Zerbi limited his training involvement to attitudinal concerns
- Tottenham are interested in Trossard and are monitoring his situation
Brighton forward Leandro Trossard’s future is under growing uncertainty with the attacker’s involvement in Saturday’s game against Liverpool in doubt.
The Belgium international is understood to have trained away from the first team in recent days, although he is carrying a slight leg injury.
Sources have indicated that Trossard’s absence from training was a decision made by manager Roberto De Zerbi amid concerns over the forward’s attitude. Brighton declined to comment when contacted by Sportsmail on Thursday.
Leandro Trossard has been left out of training at Brighton following concerns over his attitude
Trossard is understood to be a major doubt for this weekend’s clash against Jurgen Klopp’s side.
De Zerbi will discuss Trossard’s immediate future today when he addresses the media.
However, Trossard is more likely to leave the club this month or in the summer.
Tottenham have a strong interest in Trossard and Brighton know their rivals are monitoring his situation.
Tottenham are monitoring Trossard’s situation with the Belgian expected to leave in the summer
De Zerbi was worried about Trossard and left him out of the squad that beat Middlesbrough
Trossard’s deal expires at the end of the season, although the Seagulls are understood to have an option to extend his contract by 12 months.
The Belgian was also left out of Brighton’s squad that beat Middlesbrough 5-1 in the FA Cup on Saturday, although De Zerbi insisted his absence was due to injury.
Since joining Brighton in 2019 from Genk, Trossard has scored 25 goals and made 14 assists in 121 appearances for the club.
Tottenham could sign Trossard for free this summer if Brighton do not pick up their option