Published: Wed, July 26, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Brighton 'agree' deal for Chelsea midfielder Izzy Brown

Brighton 'agree' deal for Chelsea midfielder Izzy Brown

Brown will now join the long list of his Chelsea team-mates like Tammy Abraham (Swansea City), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Crystal Palace) and Kurt Zouma (Stoke City) who also moved from Chelsea on loan to fellow Premier League clubs for more game time.

The news will come as joy to Brighton fans who are desperate to see their side strengthen in their debut season in the Premier League.

Brown helped Huddersfield to promotion via the play-offs while on loan last season and the Terriers were understood to be keen to re-sign him.

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The 20-year-old ended the season with five goals to his name for Town, and Hughton will be hoping he continues to find the net in the top tier for the Seagulls.

The FA Youth Cup and UEFA Youth League victor made his senior debut for the club back in May 2015 but, as with numerous young stars at Stamford Bridge, has so far failed to challenge for a regular first team spot.

However, he will spent the first of those years at the AMEX Stadium having joined Premier League newcomers Brighton on loan.

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His loan to Rotherham United was terminated in January after 20 appearances, where he was later confirmed as a Huddersfield player the same day.

So far this summer, Brighton have signed Pascal Gross, Josh Kerr, Matthew Ryan, Markus Suttner and Mathias Normann.

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