Brighton, the ‘star of the storm’, wants to continue the trend in the next season.
As mentioned,온라인카지노 Brighton are the protagonists of the storm this season. Under coach Graham Porter’s system, he has steadily improved his competitiveness since last season and has maintained good performance even after the leader was changed to coach Roberto De Cervi. He is in 8th place with 49 points from 30 league matches. The gap with ‘4th place’ Manchester United is 11 points, but as they played 2-3 games less than Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa and Liverpool, who are 5th, 6th and 7th, they can dream of European competitions.
Such Brighton wants to continue the blast next season. British media ‘Talk Sports’ said, “Brighton has agreed to sign Watford striker Joao Pedro. The transfer fee is about 30 million pounds (approximately 50.5 billion won).”
Pedro, 21, has been playing for Watford since the 2019-20 season. In the 2020-21 season, he played 38 games in the second division and scored 9 goals and 3 assists, showing rapid growth, and last season he also played 28 games in the English Premier League (EPL).
He has also attracted interest from Manchester United and Newcastle United. Last summer, influential Italian journalist Nicolo Schira reported that Manchester United were in talks with Watford over the signing of Pedro. Fabricio Romano, a European football transfer market expert, used his signature sentence, ‘Here We Go’, while dealing with Pedro’s move to Newcastle.
That’s why talent alone is an exceptional resource. This season, he continues to improve his skills as a striker, scoring 11 goals and 4 assists in 35 games in the second division.
If Brighton keep him, it is a club record for the club. According to the football statistics media ‘Transfermarkt’, Brighton’s current club record is Enoch Mwepu, signed from Salzburg last season. At the time, Brighton invested 23 million euros (about 33.9 billion won) to recruit him.