The Seagulls acquired the midfielder’s services from PSV Eindhoven in the summer of 2017 and went on to hand him a new contract in February last year.


Propper has made over 100 appearances for Brighton, but has struggled to nail down a spot in Graham Potter’s line-up in recent times due to niggling injuries.



Having amassed just 210 minutes of league football in the season gone by, Propper has been linked with a move away from Brighton, with PSV Eindhoven interested in re-signing him.


The Eredivisie outfit are keen to re-sign Propper, four years after his departure, but Brighton are in no hurry to sell the midfielder, according to Dutch regional daily the Eindhovens Dagblad.



The 29-year-old has a contract with the Seagulls until the summer of 2023 and the Premier League club are not prepared to part ways with him just yet.


Despite Brighton’s current stance, Propper would like to return to the Netherlands, where a reunion with PSV Eindhoven is potentially on the cards.



The Dutch club will have to remain patient if they are to get a deal for Propper over the line this summer.


Brighton are said to have slapped a €10m price tag on Propper, a sum that PSV Eindhoven are not prepared to pay.