Brighton set huge asking price for Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham target Evan Ferguson
Someone will have to break the bank for the Irishman.
The 19-year-old is viewed as one of the brightest young talents in the Premier League, already scoring five goals in the top flight this season.
Teenagers do not make an impact in the Premier League too often, but the Republic of Ireland international has already netted 11 times in 31 appearances for the Seagulls, with onlookers extremely excited about his potential.
The young forward has even started to impress on the international stage as well, with three goals in eight caps for his country.
As is customary with impressive Brighton talents, the bigger clubs in the top flight are circling for Ferguson, but the likes of Spurs, Manchester United and Chelsea will have to pay an enormous amount if they want to snap up the striker.
TalkSPORT report that Brighton will only be interested in offers that are ‘well in excess of £100m’ after teasing £115m out of Chelsea for Moises Caicedo over the summer.
Ferguson only signed a new contract with the Seagulls last week, which runs until 2029 and is not believed to include a release clause, so Brighton have dealt themselves a very good hand in any upcoming negotiations.
The teenager is not in any rush to leave the Amex, where he is playing regular football and can compete on the European stage as well, making three appearances in the Europa League so far this season.
Ferguson is currently with the Republic of Ireland squad that still has an extremely slim chance of making it to Euro 2024 ahead of a trip to Holland on Saturday.
However, he has been struggling with a back problem and is a doubt for the match.
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