Even though he is entering his final two years of his contract at Brighton, Mali International, and Seagulls midfielder will cost €40million if both Arsenal and Liverpool want to sign Yves Bissouma according to The Sun.
At the moment Brighton is helpless and there's little to be done to stop him from joining the big boys of the premier league. Already knocking at the seagull's doorstep. However, Brighton is determined to get good cash as they can from his transfer.
At Arsenal, the pairing of Thomas Partey with Bissouma in the midfield would be one of steel capable of challenging the premier league title next season. A solid midfield is something Arsenal has been lacking for a while since the departure of Alexander Song.
Liverpool has also shown interest in Bissouma as Wijnaldum is yet to sign a new deal, and Klopp has already seen Bissouma as his replacement should he opt-out on a free transfer to Barcelona next season.
Liverpool and Arsenal will have to battle for his signature and a bidding war between them should help the seagulls obtain a good amount of money from his sale.
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