Impatient at the idea of challenging Manchester United for the second time, the Red Devil is also preparing to live a complicated evening against the Mancunian right side.
Brighton & Hove Albion has made an excellent four-in-six since the takeover and has taken a big step forward. The Seagulls are now six points ahead of the red zone and can look forward to the rest of the season with confidence.
But that doesn’t stop Leandro Trossard from looking forward to Tuesday night’s duel against the Red Devils. “We would have preferred to play in front of our supporters, but these are the kinds of games that any player would like to play,” he said in a press conference.
Facing the tough Aaron Wan-Bissaka
And if he holds, the former Genkois will once again cross the road of Aaron Wan-Bissaka, whom he had already met in the first leg (3-1 defeat). “He is without a doubt the toughest opponent I have had to face,” he explains before detailing the qualities of the right side of Manchester United: “He’s going fast, he’s strong on the ball. When you think you’ve got the upper hand, he can catch up with you. Tuesday, I will have another chance to test myself against him, “concludes Leandro Trossard, impatient to find the Englishman on the lawn.