The 23-year-old completed a permanent switch to Brighton on Tuesday, ending his four-year stay in Salzburg.
Zambian coach Milton Sredojevic has called the transfer of Inuko Mepo to Brighton and Hove Albion the way to a bright future for him and Zambian football.
The 23-year-old joined Potters earlier this week on a four-year deal with Red Bull Salzburg, who signed him to the club for the first time before the 2021-22 season.
The move made Mappo the second international Zambia to move to the Premier League this summer, after his former partner moved to Leicester City on a permanent contract in the Salzburg-Patten duke.
Miko who is on Cosfa Cup duty چیپولوپولو In South Africa, he reacted to the transfer and described Mepo as one of the best young midfielders in Europe.
During his time in Austria, Maypo was nicknamed the “Computer” because of his ability to read sports in the middle of the park.
“Looking forward to learning that his game is growing rapidly and that he is one of the five most respected young midfielders in European football and that this is a new avenue for his bright future in Zambian football,” said Machu Picchu. Action will be taken. ” Zambia FA.
Graham Potter, manager of Brighton and Howe Albion, praised Mepo’s arrival as a midfield promotion that offers more competition to play during the game.
The 23-year-old will be joined by Mali’s Yves Basuma, who has made a name for himself as one of the top tellers in the Premier League.
“He has great experience for anyone his age, including the Champions League and international football,” Potter said. Said.
“He is basically a central midfielder, although he is able to play in a number of positions, is open-minded, adaptable and very keen to learn and develop.
“He will add to the competition in our existing options in this area of the squad for the new season.”
During his four-year stay in Austria, Mapu played in the UEFA Champions League and won the Bundesliga title three times in a row, three times in a row.