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The state of play with every Brighton player as they prepare for first pre-season with Graham Potter

As Brighton prepare for their first pre-season friendly against FC Liefering on Saturday, we look at the state of play of every player in the squad.

Click and scroll through the pages to discover what’s happening with each ahead of an important pre-season for new manager Graham Potter and the players ahead of their Premier League kick-off at Watford on August 10.

Brighton's established No 1 and you would expect it would take a serious loss of form or injury to lose his spot. The 27-year-old Australian impressed in his first season and continued his fine form throughout the 2018-19 campaign. Contracted until 2022. (Getty)

1. Mat Ryan

Brighton's established No 1 and you would expect it would take a serious loss of form or injury to lose his spot. The 27-year-old Australian impressed in his first season and continued his fine form throughout the 2018-19 campaign. Contracted until 2022. (Getty)
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Joined last season for �4m on a three-year contract and made just four league appearances under Chris Hughton. He featured in three FA Cup matches and one League Cup. Has his work cut-out to displace Ryan. (Getty)

2. David Button

Joined last season for �4m on a three-year contract and made just four league appearances under Chris Hughton. He featured in three FA Cup matches and one League Cup. Has his work cut-out to displace Ryan. (Getty)
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The goalkeeper arrived in June 2018, signing a three-year deal. The shot-stopper will hope to challenge Ryan and Button. (Getty)

3. Jason Steele

The goalkeeper arrived in June 2018, signing a three-year deal. The shot-stopper will hope to challenge Ryan and Button. (Getty)
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Bong was a mainstay in the side last season. Signed a new one-year extension in May, keeping him on the south coast until June 2020. Likely to compete with Bernardo. (Getty)

4. Gaetan Bong

Bong was a mainstay in the side last season. Signed a new one-year extension in May, keeping him on the south coast until June 2020. Likely to compete with Bernardo. (Getty)
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