Luton Town’s James Justin broke into the first team as an eighteen year-old at the start of the 16/17 season against Aston Villa in the EFL Cup and has since gone on to make 56 appearances and scoring three goals.
The England Under-20 International has always been ahead of his time breaking into the Luton Under 18s as a fifteen year-old and at nineteen now, he is a regular in Nathan Jones’ first team.
Justin is considered a hot prospect playing in a high-flying Luton Town side and is naturally attracting interest.
The las test interest is coming from Premier League’s Brighton & Hove Albion who are thought to be very keen on bringing the youngster to the Amex.
Leeds United are said to of enquired about Justin also last month but the front runners for his signature now seems to be the Seagulls.
It is uncertain how willing Town are willing to listen to offers after they rejected a £1 million offer for Justin last year from Nottingham Forest.
With Luton desperate to regain promotion to League One how crucial could it be to let the youngster go?