POTTER EXPLAINS WELBECK NO-SHOW AGAINST RANGERS

Danny Welbeck was included in the Brighton and Hove Albion squad for the club friendly clash with Scottish champions Rangers at the weekend. The former Arsenal and Manchester United striker was set to play in the second half of the game only for him to miss out eventually.

Brighton boss Graham Potter explained the absence of Danny Welbeck against Rangers after the game which ended in a goalless draw. Danny Welbeck was scheduled to play with Romanian international Florian Andone in the Seagulls attack in the second half before he was replaced in the team by young defender James Furlong.

WELBECKFAILS WITH EURO FINAL PREDICTION

Danny Welbeck was sure that England will cause Italy a lot of problems in the final of the Euro 2020 tournament but the Brighton and Hove Albion striker didn't get his prediction right after the Italians saw off England manager Gareth Southgate and his players to win their second title in the history of the competition.

Brighton attacker Danny Welbeck told Sky Sports before the Euro 2020 final that the Three Lions will pose a lot of issues for Italy to solve. In the end, Danny Welbeck was incorrect as England hardly laid a glove on their Euro 2020 final opponents except in the opening minutes of the game. Italy dominated proceedings for the majority of the game and rightfully emerged as the winner to seal a first title since 1968 (53 years ago).

BRIGHTON PLAYERS OFFERED NEW DEAL

Brighton and Hove Albion have confirmed that some of their players have been offered new deals including Danny Welbeck who was one of their best players last season. Danny Welbeck is a free agent this summer after the England international signed for one season upon joining the club last year October.

Danny Welbeckwill be a free agent when his Brighton contract expires at the end of this month but the club has moved to tie him down to a new deal by offering him a contract extension as revealed by the document from the club. Danny Welbeck is not the only Brighton player to receive a contract offer from the club.

Apart from Welbeck, players like u23 midfielder Marc Leonard, defender Tom McGill, young forward Ben Wilson, academy goalkeeper Adam Dubois, attacker Lorent Tolaj, and midfielder Jack Spong have all been offered new contracts.

WELBECK MISSES OUT ON ARSENAL REUNION

Former Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck was unable to face the Gunners when Brighton and Hove Albion faced the North club on the final day of the season in the Premier League on Sunday evening. Danny Welbeck missed the game against his former team at the weekend due to a hamstring issue.

Danny Welbeck became an Arsenal player in the summer of 2014 after he was deemed to be surplus to requirements at the start of the Louis Van Gaal era at Manchester United. The Gunners paid £16m to secure his signing from their Premier League rivals and he was with the North Londoners for five years. When he joined the Gunners, Welbeck signed a five-year deal. The England international would go on to leave the club on a free transfer at the end of that deal. The former Sunderland attackerwon two FA Cup titles under Arsene Wenger during his time in North London.

WELBECK STRIKE DENTS HAMMERS’ EUROPEAN HOPES

Brighton and Hove Albion attacker Danny Welbeck proved to be a thorn in the flesh of the West Ham United players and fans after his goal all but ruled the London club out of the race for Champions League football next season. He scored the only goal for the Seagulls in a 1-1 draw at home to the Hammers.

Danny Welbeck gave Brighton the lead with a well taken goal six minutes from time to dent the Hammers' hopes of qualifying for Europe's premier club competition for the first time in their history. The Englishman benefited from the throughball from second half substitute and South African national team talisman Percy Tau. He received the ball from the African star before dinking the ball over Lukasz Fabianski in the West Ham United goal.

WELBECK TARGETS RETURN TO FORM

Brighton and Hove Albion attacker Danny Welbeck is presently on a run of Premier League games without a goal on the back of his best attacking run of the season.

Danny Welbeck began his best attacking run of the season when he came on as a second half substitute to provide the winning goal for Leandro Trossard in the 2-1 away win over Southampton. His performance against the Saints prompted manager Graham Potter to hand him a starting spot for the crucial relegation game against Newcastle United. Welbeck scored the second goal as the Seagulls beat their relegation rivals 3-0 at home.

BRIGHTON MUST BUILD ON RECENT WINS

Danny Welbeck has called on his Brighton and Hove Albion teammates to maintain the recent form shown in the Premier League ahead of the final two months of this campaign.

Welbeck spoke to the official website of the Seagulls about the recent wins over Southampton and Newcastle United. The ex-England international also pointed out the need to show the same level of performance ahead of the final nine matches of the current Premier League season.
Danny Welbeck has played a big part for Brighton in the latest good run of form spanning the last two games. The former Arsenal and Manchester United striker has stepped up for Brighton in the club's time of need over the past weeks.

BRIGHTON MUST BUILD ON RECENT WINS

Danny Welbeck has called on his Brighton and Hove Albion teammates to maintain the recent form shown in the Premier League ahead of the final two months of this campaign.

Welbeck spoke to the official website of the Seagulls about the recent wins over Southampton and Newcastle United. The ex-England international also pointed out the need to show the same level of performance ahead of the final nine matches of the current Premier League season.

Danny Welbeck has played a big part for Brighton in the latest good run of form spanning the last two games. The former Arsenal and Manchester United striker has stepped up for Brighton in the club's time of need over the past weeks.

WILL WELBECK EARN NEW BRIGHTON DEAL

Brighton and Hove Albion were in serious danger of being sucked deep into the Premier League relegation fight with the likes of Fulham and Newcastle United some weeks ago but those relegation worries have eased a bit with two straight wins.

Before the two victories, Brighton were out of the relegation zone on goal difference. As things stand on the log, the Seagulls are six points clear of the relegation zone after those two wins brought six valuable points and they are now looking upwards rather than downwards as far as the Premier League table is concerned.

WELBECK TARGETS MORE MINUTES AT BRIGHTON WELBECK TARGETS MORE MINUTES AT BRIGHTON

The immediate target for Brighton and Hove Albion striker Danny Welbeck is more minutes according to his manager, Graham Potter. In one of his recent interviews as monitored by media portal The Argus, Brighton and Hove Albion boss Graham Potter talked about Danny Welbeck and how the ex-England international player is determined to play more minutes for his team and that it is his job of his backroom staff to get Danny Welbeck to a level where he can play 90 minutes or more.

Danny Welbeck is gradually working his way back to fitness after a knee injury suffered at the end of last year.

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