Who are Brighton & Hove Albion's top 25 record sales?

A number of Brighton & Hove Albion's record buys have been made in the last few years but how about their record departures?

Leonardo Ulloa celebrates scoring for Brighton at Nottingham Forest. Picture by Getty Images
Leonardo Ulloa celebrates scoring for Brighton at Nottingham Forest. Picture by Getty Images

Several players have come in and out of the Seagulls since they moved to the Amex in 2011 but some of their top 25 sales were long before that. Here's how much Albion made from their record departures, according to TransferMarkt.

Popular Argentine striker left Albion in 2014 for Leicester where he won the Premier League title. Had a brief spell back on loan with the Seagulls in 2018 and now plays for Mexican side Pachuca.
Part of Albion's promotion-winning Championship team, Baldock made just two Premier League appearances for Brighton. Moved to Reading last summer and scored five goals.
Twice Albion's player of the year, Bridcutt left the Seagulls to again link up with Gus Poyet at Sunderland in 2014. Now at Nottingham Forest after two seasons with Leeds.
Made 42 appearances for Brighton from 2015 to 2018 before joining Rangers last summer. Played 54 times for Steven Gerrard's side last season.
Will forever be in Albion folklore for his two goals in the first game at the Amex. Left Brighton for Sunderland in 2014 to again link up with Gus Poyet. Now at Bolton.
Helped Brighton win promotion in 2016/17, before also going up to the Premier League with Fulham and Sheffield United, who he joined permanently from Albion in January.
Brighton born-and-bred defender left the Seagulls for Celtic in 2005. Returned to Albion in 2008 and then played for Yeovil and Bristol Rovers before retiring.
Left Albion for Tottenham in 2003 after scoring 83 goals for the Seagulls. Went on to play for West Ham, Fulham and Queens Park Rangers before finishing his career with Brighton.
Classsy centre-half played for Brighton from 1977 to 1981 before moving to Liverpool. Won the league title five times with the Reds.
Norwegian midfielder was with Albion from 2017 to 2019 before moving to Rostov in Russia in January.
Part of Brighton's title-winning League One side in 2010/11 before moving to Norwich. Now with Blackburn in the Championship.
Joined Brighton from Bury in June 2005 before leaving just over a year to later to move to Sheffield United. Turkish international is now with Mexican side Veracruz.
Another member of Albion's title-winning League One squad from 2010/11. Left the Seagulls for Cardiff in August 2012 and is now at Bolton.
Began his career at the Seagulls where he played from 2002 to 2005, before moving to Leeds.
Scottish winger helped Albion win promotion from the Championship in 2016/17. Moved to Rangers in January 2018 initially on loan before making the move permanent a few months later.
Czech winger played 50 times for Albion from 2016 to 2018. Moved to Millwall in August.
Spent the 2012/13 season with Albion before moving to the Seagulls' arch rivals Crystal Palace. Now with Queen of the South.
Forward played for Albion in 1990/91 as they reached the Division 2 play-off final. Left the Seagulls for West Ham.
Defender helped Albion win back-to-back titles and also the Division 2 play-off final. Moved to Sheffield United in December 2004.
Started his career at Brighton and played for the Seagulls from 2000 to 2008 before moving to Colchester. Had a loan spell back at Albion in 2012/13 before finishing his career with Sheffield United.
Spent five months at Brighton in 2004 before moving to Ipswich. Now manager at Barnet.
Midfielder starred for Albion in 2009/10 to earn a move to Norwich. Returned to Brighton from 2012 to 2016. Was at Newport last season.
Defender played for Brighton from 1987 to 1990 before joining Watford.
Ireland forward played for Albion in the 1990/91 season before heading to Sunderland. Had a loan spell back with Brighton in 1993 and then played for the Seagulls again in 1995/96.
Striker played for Brighton from 1980 to 1983 before moving to Liverpool.