Brighton offer Tariq Lamptey new long-term contract amid piqued interest

Brighton Hove Albion offer Tariq Lamptey new five-year contract amid piqued interest from several clubs in England and Europe.

This is according to sources close to Premier League Central. We’ve been reliably informed that Brighton are looking to tie Lamptey down until 2025.

Arsenal, Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid are all interested in the high-flying fullback and Brighton have responded with haste by offering their 20-year-old star a new deal that would see him well paid for his re-commitment to the club.

Ghana Football Association (GFA) Executive Council member George Amoakoh has revealed the football’s governing body is holding talks with Brighton and Hove Albion defender Tariq Lamptey about a possible switch of international allegiance. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY GETTY IMAGES VIA GOAL.

We’re told that Brighton have offered Lamptey £35,000/week – a £21,000/week increase on his current wages.

The Seagulls are said to be confident of getting the former Chelsea defender to renew his terms and a contract extension for Lamptey would be another ambitious move from the South Coast outfit after Percy Tau returned to the club.

Graham Potter looks to have his side play an attractive brand of football and a right flank of Tau and Lamptey will have Brighton fans on their feet when they eventually return to stadiums.

Michael Mongie
Football Central Media Group founder, owner and editor.
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