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Brighton forward Leandro Trossard might not be back in action until after the break that is international that is next.
The 24-year-old picked up an accident in training while he had been off on international duty.
He had to miss the European Qualifier from Scotland and of Belgium having made a promising start – he could be absent until after another round of qualifiers at mid-October.
Brighton manager Graham Potter stated:”It’s early phases with Leandro but he has felt something in his butt.
“We don’t think that it is too bad as originally thought.
“He’s clearly not going to be accessible for the weekend and also another side of the next global fracture is likely what we’re aiming for now.
“At the early stage, it’s difficult to put a lot more of a timescale on it.”
Brighton signed Trossard in the summer out of Genk a month, and he opened his account for the club in a 1-1 draw against West Ham.
He has to make his international debut but was named in the group four occasions.
Brighton return to Premier League action plus additionally they have matches ahead of the second round of action against Spurs, Chelsea and Newcastle.

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