Brighton are reportedly eyeing four managers, including Nottingham Forest boss Steve Cooper, who will succeed Graham Potter
. The new coach went on Thursday. Ready to offer a five-year contract after a brilliant display at Brighton,
his departure from Brighton after three seasons has forced them to find a new manager to continue his position,
reports UFABET say Brighton are currently targeting four managers, with Forest boss Cooper among them
, the 42-year-old coached through the England U17s. Win the World Junior Championship Before spending two years in charge of Swansea City, he was disappointed in the play-offs for both years.
Potter, 47, will earn just over £10m a year – far more than sacked predecessor Thomas Tuchel who was paid around £8m a year.
He left Brighton after three seasons to become the first managerial appointment under Chelsea’s new US-led owners.
Now that has left the South Coast side searching for a new man to take charge of the first-team.
He left Swansea’s managerial position to become the new boss of the “wild” and led the team from the bottom of the table to secure promotion back to the Premier League.
They also squinted at Ketil Knutsen, the head coach of Bodo Glimt, the Norwegian club, where he had been in the position for four years
. He also performed well in Europe with a win over Roma and Celtic in the Europa Conference League last season.
They are also eyeing second-league managers like Swansea’s Russell Martin and Luton’s Nathan Jones.