BRIGHTON star Leandro Trossard has put clubs on high alert after revealing he will not sign a new contract.
The Belgium international has been in brilliant form for the Seagulls this season and hit a hat-trick against Liverpool in October.
But he is set to miss the Reds’ visit to the Amex on Saturday with manager Roberto De Zerbi revealing he does not like his attitude.
In response Trossard drove himself to the Eurostar tunnel in Dover to travel to Belgium, report The Express, and his Brighton future is now in doubt.
His agency have also revealed Trossard does not intend to renew his Seagulls contract.
The winger’s deal expires in the summer, although Brighton are understood to have the option of a 12-month extension.
However Trossard’s representatives feel the only solution is a transfer for the 28-year-old.
There is no shortage of interest with Tottenham and Chelsea set to battle it our for Trossard’s signature.
Trossard has scored seven goals in 16 games this season though his form has nosedived since returning from the World Cup.
He was criticised for his work ethic by De Zerbi ahead of their 5-1 win against Middlesbrough last Saturday, who revealed he did not like the Belgian’s attitude.
He said: “The last session before [the] last game, when he understood he wasn’t playing, he left the session without telling me anything.
“I told him I don’t like this attitude.”
Arsenal’s long-standing interest dates all the way back to before Trossard joined Brighton in 2019 in Genk.