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Nine European football hidden gems who Brighton could look to land this January

Brighton & Hove Albion have made a solid enough start to the 2019/20 season, and find themselves in 11th position heading into the international break - two points off fifth in a tightly-packed league table.

With the January transfer window less than a couple of months away, the club will be starting to consider possible new recruits to strengthen their side. Here's our rundown of nine hidden gems from Europe who the Seagulls could look to bring in when the transfer window opens once again after Christmas.

His side may be having a fairly rotten time of it in Serie A, but he's been the silver lining. Proving two goals - including one against Juventus - and two assists in his last three games, he's a talent on the rise.

1. Christian Kouame - Genoa

His side may be having a fairly rotten time of it in Serie A, but he's been the silver lining. Proving two goals - including one against Juventus - and two assists in his last three games, he's a talent on the rise.
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Over to the Netherlands now, where Norway international Jonas Svensson has been tearing it up for AZ Alkmaar this season. He could provide a reliable option as a full-back or wing-back.

2. Jonas Svensson - AZ Alkmaar

Over to the Netherlands now, where Norway international Jonas Svensson has been tearing it up for AZ Alkmaar this season. He could provide a reliable option as a full-back or wing-back.
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While it may be the likes of Chelsea and Spurs being linked with the Ligue 1 goal-machine striker, he's only said to be valued at around 10m - a figure which Brighton should be able to meet.

3. Habib Diallo - Metz

While it may be the likes of Chelsea and Spurs being linked with the Ligue 1 goal-machine striker, he's only said to be valued at around 10m - a figure which Brighton should be able to meet.
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Experienced for both club and country, the 32-year-old is a highly versatile defender, capable of playing all across the back line. He could be a solid rotation option.

4. Theodore Gebre Selassie - Werder Bremen

Experienced for both club and country, the 32-year-old is a highly versatile defender, capable of playing all across the back line. He could be a solid rotation option.
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