Albion are likely to take a call from Cincinatti over the future of Jurgen Locadia.

The Dutch striker is on loan to the MLS outfit, who have an option to make things more permanent in July.

Locadia’s window of opportunity to impress is narrowing due to the suspension of action imposed by coronavirus.

The weeks up to July 1 has essentially been viewed as a trial for club and player.

Cincinatti general manager Gerard Nijkamp told “This is such a special situation that I will use the next 24 or 48 hours to come in contact with Brighton and Hove Albion because that is very important party in this.

"We don't have only Jurgen and FC Cincinnati but the most important party, a stakeholder, is Brighton & Hove Albion.

“And to discuss this specific situation and see what could be beneficial to all of us when we take this in mind.

“This (pandemic) is not only happening in the United States but also in England, this is in the world, so this will also affect the summer transfer window for all of us.

"As professionals, I have to talk with them. I think they want to have a conversation also with me and I will do that in the next couple of days, to put it on the table to try to find a solution about what's in the best interest of all of us."