Leading League new boys Brighton and Hove Albion have damaged their transfer report by signing PSV Eindhoven midfielder Davy Propper on a 4-year agreement for a payment considered to be in the region of £6 million.
This is not the first time that The Seagulls have damaged their transfer report this summer, with goalkeeper Mathew Ryan keeping that location for a limited when right after signing from Valencia for £5 million.
Propper has been capped by The Netherlands a handful of periods and leaves PSV getting scored 16 aims in his 67 appearances for the Eredivisie giants.
Brighton supervisor Chris Hughton knows that keeping away from relegation will be a tough problem for last season’s Championship runners-up and he has looked to Europe to attempt and provide in the form of knowledge he demands for a lessen selling price than he maybe would if he purchased in England.
Speaking about the arrival of the 25-year-previous, the former Newcastle supervisor said “There is no doubting his pedigree, Davy has performed a number of matches in the Champions League for PSV, as very well as intercontinental football for the Netherlands.”
Brighton kick off their Leading League on Saturday with a tough opening fixture towards Manchester City.