Brighton's dream starting line-up for next season - with two shrewd summer transfers

Brighton and Hove Albion will already be making plans to strengthen their squad in the transfer market this summer

Monday, 29th March 2021, 2:32 pm
Belgium international Leandro Trossard is expected to be a key figure for Brighton next season

Two wins in their last two Premier League matches has boosted confidence and eased some of the relegation anxiety that had been creeping in.

Graham Potter's men have delivered some good performances this season and many in the squad will hope to make a greater impact next campaign.

Here we include some of Albion's top performers and add two signings who are both high on the fans wanted list.

The 23-year-old academy graduate has been excellent this season after replacing Maty Ryan as the No 1. Called-up to the recent Spain squad and will look to improve further next campaign. A real success story for Brighton

Scroll down and click through to see who makes our strongest starting XI for next season, with two shrewd signings.

Made the step up to the Premier League look easy. A classy operator and will be even better next season for the experience. Brighton's main challenge will be keeping him at the Amex Stadium with Chelsea, Liverpool and Spurs all said to be keen.
Brighton's best player this season. Consistently high level performances in defence and has also chipped in with four PL goals this season. Seems to get better each year
Performing well for Brighton this season until an ankle injury scuppered his progress. White, Dunk and Webster looks a very strong defensive line-up and has the potential to improve further
The hamstring injury stopped the flying wing backs in his tracks. Will hope t come back stronger and fitter next season. Offer genuine pace and a real threat going forward. Tough on Joel Veltman but Lamptey gets the nod
Brighton will hope to keep their Mali international who has been a key man in their midfield. Arsenal, Real Madrid, Liverpool and Man U have all been linked but it will take serious money for Brighton to part with Bissouma.
Looks fully fit and his class has really shone through in the last few matches. Has his injury problems and just about gets in ahead of Pascal Gross, who has also been excellent this season
The Belgium international has hit the woodwork more than any other player this season and been desperately unlucky not to score more than four goals so far. Such a danger in attacking areas and can assist and provide a goal threat
Adds balance to the team and Brighton have missed the left wing back since his injury. Faces competition next season from young Polish player Karbownik but March remains Brighton's best player on the left
Far from first choice at Chelsea and a name that consistently crops up on Brighton fans' wish list. A proven goalscorer and would add a real focal point to Albion's attack.
Worked well with Potter at Swansea and would fit nicely to Brighton's style of play. Struggled for game time at Old Trafford and is also wanted by Leeds. James would be an excellent acquisition for Brighton and would also work well alongside Abraham. What a double swoop James and Abraham would be from Brighton!