With six goals and eight assists in 30 Ligue 1 appearances last season, Moses Simon was one of the better performers for FC Nantes.

This earned him some attention abroad, with Brighton & Hove Albion the latest to take a look at the Nigeria international.

This comes from But! Football Club, who explain the Seagulls are looking for a bit more oomph up front, which the winger can provide.

Brighton reportedly ‘strongly appreciate’ his profile, and while the player wouldn’t be against a stay in France, where Nice and Marseille are hovering, he isn’t closing a door to a move abroad either.

In fact, ‘negotiations exist between Graham Potter’s side and his entourage’.

As for a price, it’s stated the club’s president, Waldemar Kita, would be prepared to open talks for ‘around €10-15m’.

This figure ‘doesn’t scare’ Brighton, who ‘could also look in France to find the successor of Yves Bissouma’, recently sold to Tottenham.