Sassuolo’s 23-year-old is enjoying an outstanding season in Italy and has attracted a host of clubs.
Brighton is eyeing a move for Ex-Chelsea man Jeremie Boga. Will only look to sign him if they can ensure their Premier League survival. Boga has impressed this campaign and has a number of clubs watching him ahead of the summer window.
The Sassuolo forward has rapidly become a target for a number of clubs around Europe this season. Because after an outstanding campaign in Serie A, the 23-year-old scored seven goals and assisted four in 23 appearances.
Sassuolo is currently in conversations with Chelsea but the Blues have the first preference on their former academy player as they sold Boga to the Italian club in 2018.
Brighton take notice of movement Around Boga
Chelsea have shown an interest in re-signing Boga and they are more likely in talks this week to revamp their first option to a sell-on clause. Ensuring they make some cash for a player they sold for only £3.5million and now valued at around £15m.
Brighton enquired about Boga in January transfer window but Sassuolo did not want to sell. They wanted to hook the former Chelsea winger to a longer-term contract and according to the reports, Brighton, provided they stay in the PL this campaign, could go back in for Boga in the summer.
Inter Milan, Napoli and Everton are monitoring the player. The French-born Ivory Coast talent made just one senior appearance for the club, in 2017.
Barcelona holds an interest in signing Sassuolo winger and struggling in attack with major injuries to Luis Suarez and Ousmane Dembele. Barca are considering a move and that is according to El Mundo Deportivo. Some reports say that Abidal has added the player to his list of targets for the summer but Barca were linked with Real Sociedad’s Willian Jose. European reports on Wednesday indicated that Barca had ruled out that move.
Boga could be viewed as a reasonable market option for the Catalan giants to boost their squad.
On the other side, Chelsea have signed Ajax winger Hakim Ziyech. He will arrive at the Stamford Bridge in the summer.