Orphan of Graham Potter, Brighton will have to find a new manager. Who could be Roberto De Zerbi free of any contract.
Brighton leaders have begun their search to find a successor to Graham Potter who left for Chelsea. Among the favorites for the position is Roberto DeZerbi, former coach of Chakthar Donetsk. He is particularly renowned for the work carried out in Sassualo from 2018 to 2021. His profile would be highly appreciated by the management of the Seagulls.
Kjetil Knutsen also coveted
In addition to the Italian technician, the Telegraph also quotes the Norwegian coach, Kjetil Knutsen, who did a good job with the local club Bodo/Glimt. He was notably elected manager of the year three times in the Norwegian championship allowing his team to play in the Europa League. Finally, the name ofAngel Postecogloucurrently working at Celtic Glasgow is also quoted by the British newspaper.
Leaders want to take their time
Chairman Tony Bloom, General Manager Paul Barber and Technical Director David Weir have time to make up their minds and they are looking for a new man who fits their development philosophy, especially when it comes to young players.
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