Albion could bring in Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour before the transfer window closes.
But a hectic deadline day is NOT expected before tomorrow’s 11pm deadline.
As of this afternoon, there were indications that the last trading day of the summer would be “not too busy at all” for the Seagulls.
It wouldn’t be a surprise if there were a loan move from the club with younger talent.
Defender Ed Turns could be a candidate to leave after it emerged Jan Paul van Hecke would remain on board this week.
The club would also be keen to settle the future of the disgraced Florin Andone.
Gilmour has appeared late in the window as a target, although it’s likely he’s been silently pursued by the seagulls for some time.
He was an unused substitute for Chelsea as they lost 2-1 at Southampton in midweek.
Head coach Graham Potter has maintained a consistent approach this summer and in previous transfer windows.
After Tuesday’s 2-1 defeat in Fulham, he said: “We’re pretty calm.
“I think everyone is doing the same thing, which is keep working until the end of the window.
“But that’s ten points from five games and that’s the first loss in ten.
“Although we’re disappointed tonight we need to have some perspective on where the group is but we need to react at the weekend and my focus will be on helping the lads recover from that and go into the weekend.”
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