De Zerbi believes the Brighton man will become the next Caicedo.

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Brighton manager Roberto de Zerbi believes his player will become the next Moises Caicedo after his team’s opening win over Newcastle United last night.

  Roberto de Cerbi believes Brighton’snew signing Carlos Baleba can become the next Moises Caicedo . The Seagulls have signed Caicedo . Doe in a deal worth £4.5m in 2021, and just two years later made a huge profit when they sold the 21-year-old to Chelsea for a British record fee of £115m and De’s team Zerbi, too, moved quickly to find a replacement. They acquired Baleba from Lille for £23.2 million.

De Zerbi believes the Brighton man will become the next Caicedo.

          And the Brighton manager believes the 19-year-old midfielder can reach Caicedo’s level. “Baleba is a very good player. He hasn’t started for us yet. But he can become an important player for us this season. He will show his quality. He’s definitely the right player for us. for our policy and for our ยูฟ่าเบท club.” Asked whether he believed Baleba would be a direct replacement for Caicedo, De Zerbi replied:

          “I think he is very close to Moises. “Every player is different. But he has the same quality. “He can be a good player like Moises Caicedo.” De Zerbi also believes Ivan Ferguson can develop into one of Europe’s top strikers. After he became the fourth youngster to score a Premier League hat-trick

         The 18-year-old shares the record with Chris Bart-Williams. The former Sheffield Wednesday midfielder who has passed away includes two former Liverpool strikers, Robbie Fowler and Michael Owen, with Ferguson scoring a hat-trick in Brighton’s win over Newcastle. Newcastle 3-1 last night (Saturday 2 September 2023) and the Seagulls boss feels the Republic of Ireland international is more than just a threat in front of goal. and has the potential to compete with top strikers

 “His development is important for him, for us, for his career. Because he worked to make himself fully qualified not just to score goals. Because he can become a very big player,” the Italian coach said. “His qualities are enough to be a great player. One of the top scorers in Europe.” “He was (born in) 2004. I don’t know how many young players like Ivan have scored these goals in their careers.”

          Ferguson , who made his professional debut for Irish club Bohemians as a 14-year-old, has now scored 10 top-flight goals in just 12 starts after a standout performance at At the Amex Stadium, his heroic performance capped off a memorable week with Brighton. They were drawn against Ajax, Marseille and AEK Athens in their first Europa League match. They also signed Ansu Fati on loan from Barcelona.