Following the international break, Brighton travel to Norwich next weekend as they look to extend their unbeaten run in the Premier League to five games.
The Canaries have struggled so far this season and are yet to claim their first win, while Graham Potter's side will be confident they can pick up another victory and move even closer to the top of the table.
Brighton currently sit in sixth - only two points from leaders Chelsea - after a superb start that has seen them lose to only Everton.
Neal Maupay has also enjoyed a perfect start to the season, scoring four in seven - half of what he managed in the whole of the 2020/21 Premier League campaign.
Here are the best of today's Premier League rumours...
1. Newcastle United willing to pay above £12 million to sign Swedish international
Newcastle United are reportedly set to renew their interest in summer target Jens Cajuste and are willing to pay over £12 million. The Midtjylland midfielder was the subject of bids from the Magpies and Leeds United. (TEAMtalk)
2. Liverpool retain interest in Torino defender
Liverpool have reportedly retained an interest in Torino defender Gleison Bremer after being heavily linked with the Brazilian last season. Jurgen Klopp opted to sign Ben Davies and Ozan Kabak, however with Bremer unlikely to sign a new contract with the Italian club, Liverpool could make a move once again. Manchester United and Manchester City are also now keeping tabs on the defender. (Daily Mail)
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3. Southampton keen on Fulham starlet
Southampton have shown interest in Fulham's rising star Fabio Carvalho and have been tracking him for a 'number of months'. The 19-year-old is out of contract next summer. (The 72)
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4. Newcastle United submit bid for former Jose Mourinho target
Newcastle United are reportedly bid £14 million for Fenerbahce goalkeeper Altay Bayindir, however the Turkish giants are likely to ask for more money. The 23-year-old has four clean sheets in 12 appearances this season. (A Spor)
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