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Brighton and Hove Albion manager Graham Potter has told Australia shot stopper Matt Ryan that he can leave the club in the January transfer window after he lost his place in the starting XI. The 28-year-old Australia goalkeeper has been the first choice goalkeeper at Brighton and Hove Albion until recent weeks when he was taken out of the starting line-up by Graham Potter.

Matt Ryan left Spanish La Liga giants Valencia to sign for the Seagulls in 2017 while former manager Chris Hughton was still in charge of the team. The Australian national team player has helped Brighton to stay in the Premier League in each of the last three campaigns. The Australia goalkeeper moved to the club shortly after the promotion to the Premier League for the first time ever three years ago. Matt Ryan is a key member of the Australian national football team and he has made 59 caps for his country.

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Steve Bruce dismisses possible exit for Mile Jedinak among others

Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce has stressed that the club are no longer yearning to offload their key players to balance their financial books. Australian midfielder Mile Jedinak had recently been tipped to leave the Villains being the highest earner with them but Bruce has now indicated that the club are in a better financial position following the change of ownership.

Discussing the rumours surrounding Jedinak, Bruce said: “The one thing that the new owners have said is that nobody is for sale. That's music to my ears. We don't want to lose our best players. We all know in football that unfortunately these things do happen. But we will now be doing our utmost to make sure these things do not happen and not let them go anywhere.”

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