Manchester United legend, Rio Ferdinand, has tipped Chelsea manager Graham Potter to sign attacking midfielder Leandro Trossard from Brighton in the upcoming transfer window.
Ferdinand said that he would be amazed if Potter didn’t sign Trossard.
Potter coached Trossard during his time at Brighton before he eventually joined Chelsea this year.
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The Englishman played a key role in helping Trossard establish himself as a top-class Premier League midfielder.
“Trossard, he’s one of the players I have heard there hasn’t even been a bid for him since he’s been there, someone told me,” Ferdinand told Vibe with Five.
“This guy is doing major bits right now. If Potter doesn’t go back there to try and sign him, I’d be amazed.
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“The best part of his game is being creative. He’s just scored a few goals lately, that is not even his game.
“I think the creativity and the approach played in his game is unreal. The only thing I was asking for before was a bit more end product and he’s actually doing that now.”