Date: 13th July 2016 at 11:49am
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England 21 international Jake Forster-Caskey, who went on loan to MK Dons last season, can leave Brighton but he doesn’t want to join Rotherham.

Sheffield United remain interested according to the Argus.

As Forster-Caskey doesn’t feature if the first-team plans of Chris Hughton he’ll allow him to leave the Amex Stadium this summer but the offer of a three-year deal from Albion’s Championship rivals Rotherham doesn’t appeal.

He’s ‘reluctant’ to join Rotherham (permanently) but another South Yorkshire club could yet snap up the 22-year-old as League 1 side Sheffield United are ‘waiting in the wings’ by all accounts.

Leo Ulloa on the other hand left Brighton for Leicester two-years ago.

His move to the King Power Stadium saw Brighton net an initial £8m but we’ve seen additional clauses payout added money since, obviously a Premier League title winners medal wasn’t something Albion expected so that clause wasn’t included.

Ulloa could be on his way from the Premier League Champions as his first-team chances, often limited anyway in the starts he made anyway, could become fewer with Swansea reportedly lining up a £10m move for the 29-year-old.

If this deal goes through the Argentine would net another financial windfall for Brighton owing to the sell on clause also included in his transfer in 2014.

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