Brighton and Hove Albion is ready to bring one of England’s brightest managerial prospects into the Premier League.
The Seagulls are set to pay a $3 million release clause to lure Graham Potter away from Swansea City, one year after the manager left Swedish club Ostersunds FK.
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Potter was 35 when he was hired by the Swedish club in 2010, and helped Ostersunds to three promotions before moving to Wales in 2018.
Swans finished 10th this season, its first in the Championship after relegation from the Premier League.
Brighton regressed in a big way during the second half of this season, and remains in the top flight largely because Cardiff City was unable to take advantage of the Seagulls’ huge struggles.
The report says Swansea offered Potter a new deal to stay at the Liberty Stadium, but the manager wants to try the Premier League.
If he takes the job, Potter will manage against one of his former clubs; Potter played eight times for Southampton in the Premier League.