Brighton & Hove Albion are on the lookout for a new manager following Graham Potter's departure to Chelsea, following three impressive seasons at the Amex Stadium.
Potter was a very popular figure at the Seagulls and has earned many plaudits for the way that his side plays.
Last season was the Brightons' best ever Premier League finish as they managed to end the campaign in ninth place, which included memorable victories, such as the 4-0 thrashing of Manchester United.
So far this campaign, Brighton are fourth in the table despite the sales of key players such as Marc Cucurella and Yves Bissouma to Chelsea and Tottenham in the summer, they have managed to accumulate 13 points in their opening six Premier League fixtures.
Potter finished with a record of 42 wins and 46 draws in 135 matches - a win percentage of 31%, which in truth, doesn’t really paint the true picture as Brighton were known for spurning a high amount of XG.
This will be Brighton’s first change in manager since May 2019, when they appointed Potter from Swansea City after sacking Chris Hughton, the man who lead the Seagulls to the Premier League for the first time in the 2016/17 season via finishing as runners-up in the Championship.
If rumours are to be believed, Brighton ended up receiving £16m in compensation for Potter, as the former Ostersunds coach had a deal till the end of the 2024/25 season and a buyout clause of the formerly mentioned fee.