Brighton could be looking to buy Danish top-tier club Lyngby Boldklub

According to reports in Denmark, the Seagulls may be about to make a significant acquisition in January – but not a player

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Danish Superliga club Lyngby are struggling financially as their parent company, Hellerup Finans, looks set to fold.

In the summer, Lyngby and Brighton had talks over a forming a professional partnership, according to Ekstra Bladet. But in light of Lyngby's financial woes, talks have accelerated and Brighton could now become co-owners of a club running a serious risk of liquidation.

However, should Brighton wish to make the purchase, they would have to take on Lyngby's debts which amount to around £800,000.

Should the deal go through, the two clubs could enjoy mutual gains on the field; Brighton having their pick of Lyngby's best young talents, with the Danish club able to take on the Premier League club's youngsters for valuable first-team experience.

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