Keep on the ball on The Argus website with all the summer speculation and gossip surrounding Albion.

June 6: Hyypia has been offered and has accepted the job, reports The Independent.

June 6: Sky Bet have suspended the betting on Hyypia becoming the next Albion manager, reported via Twitter.

June 6: Sami Hyypia is weighing up whether to become the new Albion manager after being offered the job, reports The Times.

June 6: Brighton are set to offer French coach Frederic Hantz the managerial post at the Amex, reports the Daily Mirror.

June 2: Arsenal are interested in signing young Albion goalkeeper Christian Walton and developing him as a possible No.1 of the future, according to the Daily Mirror.

June 2: Albion striker Leo Ulloa is wanted by Southampton as a replacement for Ricky Lambert, who has joined Liverpool, reports the Sun.

May 31: Albion are interested in our of contract Hull City striker Matty Fryatt, according to the Leicester Mercury. Fryatt is also reported to be of interest to Leicester, Burnley and several Championship clubs but would prefer to stay with the Tigers. 

May 29: Ex-Arsenal defender Remi Garde is a top contender to become Albion's new manager, reports The Daily Mail.

Garde, 48, was in charge at Lyon for three years and won the title with Gunners in the1990s.

Same paper also claim Chris Hughton is high on the wanted list.

May 23: Departed Albion head coach Oscar Garcia is high on Celtic's shortlist to succeed Neil Lennon, reports The Herald in Scotland.

They say Oscar, who resigned from the Seagulls earlier this month, is a leading candidate along with David Moyes, Malky Mackay, Owen Coyle and Henrik Larsson.

May 22: Premier League newcomers Leicester City have failed with a £3 million bid for Albion marksman Leo Ulloa, according to the Daily Mail.

The Mail claims Albion value their Argentinian target man at £7 million.

Championship champions Leicester ended the season using a formation similar to Albion's with holding midfielders, two wide men and David Nugent in the Ulloa role, as boss Nigel Pearson began preparing for life in the top flight.