Brighton has announced the signing of Watford rising stars in advance.
Brighton & Hove Albion have announced the signing of Brazilian forward Joao Pedro. with the value being a club record
The 21-year-old joined Watford in early 2020. Before the club’s relegation to the Championship and has remained a key player ever since.
This contract is expected to be worth up to 30 million pounds. Which is a record for a club sold out. The players will move to the team early next season. and signed a long-term contract until mid-2028
Brighton sit sixth in the Premier League. This season and they are in full hopes of finishing in the top flight in Europe for the first time in the club’s history. They have 6 games left to play this season.
Brighton & Hove Albion have announced the signing of Brazilian forward Joao Pedro. For a club-record fee,
the 21-year-old attacker joined Watford in early 2020. Before the club were relegate to the Championship and remains a key player at the club. continuously
The deal is expect to worth up to £30m. Which is also the highest ever sold out of the Hornets. The players will move to the team early next season. And signed a long-term contract until mid-2028
Brighton ranks 6th in the Premier League points table. Which they have full hopes of finishing in the top ranks to play European club football for the first time in the club’s history, with six games left to play this season.
Brighton team in the English Premier League Watford have completed the signing of striker Joao Pedro for a club-record fee of £30 million.
Pedro was a target for Newcastle United last summer but was rebuffed by Watford. However, coming this summer, Pedro will move out of the army. “Hornet Rampage” to join the “Seagull” army for a fee believed to be 30 million pounds and has a contract until 2028.
With that figure, he became the club’s most valuable player. Breaking the previous record of signing Enok Vepu from Salzburg for £20.7m in 2021.
However, Pedro started his football career playing for Fluminense at youth level and made his senior debut in 2019 before joining Watford in early 2020.