De Zerbi

Gazzetta: De Zerbi Likely to Leave Brighton This Summer


Reports from the Italian media indicate that Roberto De Zerbi may be poised to depart Brighton during the upcoming summer transfer window. The 44-year-old has enjoyed a successful period with the Seagulls since taking over from Graham Potter, guiding them in their debut European season.

La Gazzetta dello Sport suggest that despite being eliminated from the Europa League, Brighton find themselves in a promising position as they compete for European qualification in the Premier League. However, behind the scenes, De Zerbi has been the subject of speculation linking him to several top clubs across Europe.

Gazzetta claim that there’s an increasing likelihood of De Zerbi departing Brighton at the end of the season, as he appears eager to pursue an opportunity at one of Europe’s elite clubs. Liverpool, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, and Barcelona are among the interested parties.

Following Brighton’s Europa League exit at the hands of Roma, De Zerbi hinted at a potential departure in the summer, stating in Italian to reporters, “Let’s see if we can reach an important goal again, then next year whoever is here will think about how to improve on this season.”


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