Stoke City midfielder Steve Sidwell is open to a possible return to Brighton and Hove Albion, according to The Argus.
As Steve Sidwell surpasses a decade of time playing in the Premier League, the midfielder’s contract at Stoke City is running out at the end of the season.
In a recent interview with the Argus, Sidwell has explicitly stated that he would be open for a move in the Championship.
The 33-year-old midfielder spent the last three months at the Seagulls and suggested that he would be open to a move back to Brighton, but on a permanent basis.
Having helped secure promotion to the Premier League with Reading, Sidwell could provide invaluable experience for the Seagulls.
With Brighton falling just short of promotion initially on goal difference and then after a narrow defeat to Sheffield Wednesday in the semi-final of the play-offs, Sidwell will be hoping to rectify this with Brighton and help them move one step further and gain promotion.
Brighton fans, how do you feel about the news? Would you like to see Sidwell join permanently? Has he been a good loan signing in the absence of Stephens? Could he be an astute signing? Let us hear your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below!
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