Steven Gerrard's Aston Villa are interested in signing Brighton's midfielder Yves Bissouma. Aston Villa are trying to rebuild there team after recently signing Phillipe Coutinho from Barcelona on a season long.
Arsenal have also been admirers of the player and have been linked with signing the player in the previous transfer windows. The player is only left with 18 months on his current contract with Brighton and is yet to sign a new deal with the club.
Yves Bissouma is a boyhood Arsenal fan and if Arsenal make a move for him, he will definitely choose Arsenal ahead of Aston Villa. Arsenal might plot a move for the player when he is out of contract in the summer but will have to compete Aston Villa since Brighton are not willing to let him go on the January transfer window.
Brighton boss Graham Potter however dismissed claims of linking the midfielder away from the club saying that they have had no contact from any club regarding their interest in signing Yves Bissouma.
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