The midfielder has struggled to get playing time with the AMEX Stadium team and may soon leave.
Billy Gilmour, a midfielder from Scotland, could be on his way out of Brighton soon if La Liga team Villarreal decides to take him on loan.
When Graham Potter signed the Rangers youth product for the Seagulls at the conclusion of the summer transfer window, it was anticipated that he would progress.
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But in a cruel twist of fate, the manager immediately joined Chelsea, from whom Gilmour had just resigned, and the 21-year-old has so far had difficulty earning playing time under the new manager Roberto De Zerbi.
In his four Premier League substitute appearances, he has played just 13 minutes overall and has never been the starter.
Brighton is eager to loan him away for frequent games and lots of top-flight Before the window reopens in January, Spanish teams have already expressed interest. The most notable of them, Villarreal, are now found outside of Europe, but it is their goal to do so.
Gilmour has been identified as a target by Yellow Submarine manager Quique Setien, who took over for Unai Emery in October and is looking to bring in his own players.
Gilmour would become the newest Scot to try out for a major league team after De Zerbi approved the move to give him more playing time.
Oliver Burke, who is now with Werder Bremen in Germany, was playing for Liga while he was on loan at Alaves. Meanwhile, in Italy, Aaron Hickey, Josh Doig, and Lewis Ferguson have achieved success.