Journalist Ben Jacobs has reported that Liverpool were offered the chance to sign Trossard by the player's representative. However, it has been claimed that the Reds have rejected a possible move for the forward, with Manchester United and Chelsea also listed as potential suitors.
“We'll have to wait and see whether United decide to look a little bit closer to home and see whether there's that shorter term and closer to home goalscorer that they might be able to attract," Jacobs told Give Me Sport.
“We know, for example, that Trossard at Brighton is being put in the shop window by his agent.
“Manchester United haven't really bitten, but given the [Cristiano] Ronaldo situation, we have to wait and see if they consider a player like him, somebody gettable, somebody that is in good form and somebody that can just tide them over and continue the momentum that they're building under Erik ten Hag between now and the summer, at which point they can then come in for a big name."