Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma has refused to rule out a move away from the club amid interest from Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea.

The Mali international has been in excellent form for the Seagulls over the last 12 months and attracted the attention of the big boys in the Premier League, including Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Man United side.

Brighton have already prepared for his inevitable exit, signing young Ecuador international Moises Caicedo who is a similar type of midfielder. But while Bissouma is available he is a regular in manager Graham Potter's midfield and continues to impress.

While speaking to Football Focus, Bissouma revealed that he believes he is the best midfielder in the league and refused to rule out a potential move away from the club saying that he's currently focused on just playing well for Brighton.

"I don't want to be arrogant, but it's me because in my head I am working to be the best.

"So I cannot say another name, I know in the Premier League there are so many good midfielder, but for me, it's me because that gives me the confidence and the energy to work hard to show people I am here and I am Bissouma.

"You never know the future.

"I think I try to help to keep doing what I'm doing right now and more. I just want to be focused on football and play every game and help my team to win. The rest we will see in the future."

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