The ArgusTransfer window watch update: Albion interested in Cardiff striker (From The Argus)

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    cgull5 wrote:
    My concern is that we keep looking at signing players that 'got promoted' but then 'don't feature' in their respective premiership squads. I appreciate that getting up is one thing and staying up is another, but surely we should be thinking longer term. Mason and Conway don't tick the right boxes for me. If they're not good enough for Cardiff, they're not good enough for Brighton. Get up with a squad that is capable of playing - like Swansea did a couple of years ago and then build from there by adding more and more quality. I'd sooner wait a year or two.. Just my opinion!
    Championship and PL are 2 very different leagues, you need different types of players to get you there and different players to keep you there, not many of Brigton's current player's would survie in the PL, and untll we can get up there we won't be able to afford PL players!"
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Transfer window watch update: Albion interested in Cardiff striker

The Argus: Joe Mason is a target for Albion Joe Mason is a target for Albion

Albion have Cardiff's Joe Mason on their radar as they weigh up their striker options.

The Seagulls are looking at Mason as a possible replacement for Ashley Barnes if he moves to Leeds or Burnley, The Argus can reveal.

Mason is in a similar situation at Cardiff to winger Craig Conway, who Albion want back on loan.

The 22-year-old bought from Plymouth for £250,000 in July 2011 helped the Welshmen to promotion from the Championship last season but has not featured for them in the Premier League.

Former Republic of Ireland under 21 international Mason has just returned from a loan spell with Bolton Wanderers.

The Seagulls would face competition to secure the £600,000-rated marksman from Championship rivals Bolton and others.

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