Brighton's perfect 25-man squad for next season after transfers

Brighton's Premier League safety is all but secure and the management will already be preparing their squad for next season

Monday, 20th July 2020, 9:17 am
Ben White has impressed while on loan at Leeds this season

Scroll down and click through to see who will remain and who Brighton should target in the transfer window

Reliable No 1 and proved his worth with a remarkable performance against Southampton
Ryan's understudy but a fine keeper in his own right.
Impressed while on loan for Blackburn this season
The young flyer has impressed and has a bright future ahead
The former Barcelona man is a consistent performer at right back and will battle with Lamptey for a starting role
Comfortably Albion's best player this season. Hopefully they can keep hold of their skipper this summer.
A solid first season in the top flight after his 24m move from Bristol City
May not always be first choice but he's a defender that would improve many Premier League sides. Albion should keep him if they can
Great season at Leeds and shaping up to be a fine prospect for Albion - if they can keep him
Impressive campaign for the tallest left back in the division
A good season at relegated Norwich. The 22-year-old Northern Ireland international would strengthen Albion at left back. A tough defender but gets forward well and can finish too
The German always contributes well throughout the season
Not been at his best in the last few matches but overall a solid campaign and will be a key part of Potter's plan for next season
Proved his worth to the team this season
If Watford go down, the midfielder will be in high demand. Would add drive and energy
Becoming a regular in the heart of the midfield a good second half of the season
The skilful and competitive midfielder would be a great addition for Albion if Villa drop
Injury hit season but remains a class act when fully fit
Had his first taste of Premier League football and will hope to make a big impact next season
Very good after lockdown. Five goals to his name and the Belgian could be even better next season
Great first season in the top flight and 10 goals so far for the Frenchman
Signed a new contact for next season. Game time will be limited for the 36-year-old
A menace to Premer League defenders and should be even better next season with this campaign under his belt
In demand and the QPR man would be a great signing for Albion
The Colombian has plenty of potential. Impressive breakthrough season cut short by a groin injury. Will hope to comeback even stronger next campaign