Poyet reveals loan interest

Brighton manager Gus Poyet admits there has been interest from other clubs about a number of his players.

Last Updated: 15/11/12 at 17:03 Post Comment

Gus Poyet: Brighton boss can't see anyone coming in at the moment

Gus Poyet: Brighton boss can't see anyone coming in at the moment

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Poyet has made midfielder Matt Sparrow available for a loan move amid speculation linking him with his former club Scunthorpe.

But the Seagulls have no immediate plans to bring in players ahead of the loan deadline next Thursday.

"Other clubs have started moving and we have had plenty of calls from different clubs for different players," said Poyet.

"Some are a bit surprising because they are interested in players they know are not available, but there are options.

"I can't see anyone coming in at the moment but we are always open. We are going to have a meeting to talk about all of the players and positions available."

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