Albion have completed the loan signing of Izzy Brown from Chelsea on a season-long deal. The 20-year-old is expected to feature in tonight's friendly at Southend United. His imminent arrival was revealed earlier today at theargus.co.ukBrown spent last season on loan with Rotherham United and Huddersfield Town, helping the Terriers secure promotion through the play-offs. He began his career at West Brom before moving to Chelsea four years ago.
Liam Rosenior has backed new team-mate Pascal Gross to bring “something different” to Albion’s Premier League challenge. Gross on the scoresheet in Saturday’s 6-0 friendly win at Crawley. Defender Rosenior is impressed by what he has seen since the German became Albion’s first signing of the summer from relegated Ingolstadt. The Seagulls continue their pre-season build-up with a game at Southend United tonight (7.45pm). Rosenior told The Argus: “Pascal brings something different.
Solly March has urged Albion’s wide men to “step up” and plug the gap left by the injured Anthony Knockaert. French star Knockaert faces a race to be ready for the start of the Premier League season after damaging ankle ligaments in the first pre-season friendly win against Fortuna Dusseldorf in Austria ten days ago. March took over his right-wing role and opened the floodgates after four minutes in the Seagulls’ 6-0 rout of League two Crawley Town.
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