ALBION star Leandro Trossard has been linked with a move away from the club.

The Belgian forward has been one of the Seagulls best attackers since joining the club in 2019 from Genk.

Since arriving in the Premier League, Trossard has scored 13 goals and provided nine assists in 82 matches in all competitions, as well as being a vital cog in the team's attack.

The 26-year-old has impressed so much since he joined Albion that he has now become a regular in the Belgian international team, having made 14 appearances for the Red Devils, scoring twice.

The Argus: Leandro Trossard has been one of Brighton's best players this seasonLeandro Trossard has been one of Brighton's best players this season

This season Trossard has already notched three goals and provided one assist in his 13 Premier League appearances, although he easily could have scored a couple more with a bit more luck.

His current form has attracted interest from one of the world's biggest clubs, according to reports.

The Spanish news site, Fichajes, has reported that the Albion star could be "an ideal player for Xavi Hernández", the current manager of the club.

The Argus: Barcelona manager Xavi HernandezBarcelona manager Xavi Hernandez

It has also suggested that the Catalan club has added Trossard to their scouting list and possible future signings and would be willing to offer Albion a fee of between €25 and €30 million for the player.

This would mean a small profit on the player that Albion signed for a reported fee of £18 million.

The Seagulls, however, will be in no rush to sell one of their best players, especially an attacker who can pose a decent threat, especially for a negligible profit.

Trossard's contract with Albion expires in 2023, so Albion will want to make sure one of their best attackers situations is sorted out before his contract expires.

If the Catalan club does want to enter into negotiations with Albion regarding a transfer for Trossard, they will need to be prepared to up their budget for him.

Albion are firm when it comes to selling players, which was evident during Leeds' attempts to sign Ben White.

The club rejected every bid from the Yorkshire club as it did not match their price, and then sold the defender a year later to Arsenal for a reported fee of £50 million.

This could be an issue in the Spanish club's pursuit of the 26-year-old as it is widely known that their financial position is a lot weaker due to the debts the club is currently in.

Barcelona are keen to bolster their attacking options, with Trossard joining the likes of Raheem Sterling, Edinson Cavani and Dani Olmo on their list of targets.