Leandro Trossard was one of the standout performers for Genk during their title winning campaign last season and his displays drew attention from several clubs. Brighton & Hove Albion fought off competition and were successful in acquiring his services.
The winger scored on his Seagulls debut against West Ham United and has made three starts for Graham Potter’s side.
His performances for Genk and the Premier League side caught Roberto Martinez’s attention and the latter included the 24-year-old in the Belgium squad for the upcoming fixtures against San Marino and Scotland.
Trossard was in contention to start against San Marino on Friday as Eden and Thorgan Hazard have missed September’s international fixtures due to injury.
Het Belang van Limburg has an update on the Brighton player with a headline ‘Trossard out’.
Within the story, it’s explained the player picked up a groin injury during training and has been ruled out for both of Belgium’s fixtures this month.
Brighton face Burnley on September 14th and the report doesn’t provide any information on whether the attacker will be fit in time to face the Clarets.