Roberto De Gervi (43) The scramble for the Brighton manager is intensifying.
The British ‘Telegraph’ reported on the 21st (Korean time), “Director De Jerby is attracting attention from the best clubs in Europe. Not only Tottenham Hotspur but also Italian clubs are aiming.”
He added, “Brighton is facing a battle less than a year after appointing De Jerbi as manager. AS Roma, Inter Milan, AC Milan and Juventus in Serie A will consider de Jerbi’s appointment.”
De Gerbi, an Italian national, held the baton for a long time in Italian stages such as US Palermo, Benevento Calcio, and US Sassuolo Calcio. He started to come into the limelight especially based on his Sassuolo years. In the 2019-20 season and the 2020-21 season, the team placed 8th in Italian Serie A.
The next destination was Shakhtar. In the 2021-22 season, it took the lead with 15 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss until the 18th round of the league. The league was then suspended due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. In the end, the trophy acquisition was frustrated as the war ended early without a winning team as the war lengthened. Then, in the summer of last year, the contract was terminated by mutual agreement.
De Jervey joined Brighton in September last year from the departure of manager Graham Porter. The duration of his contract was 4 years. It was somewhat sluggish in the beginning, but after succeeding in rebounding, it is currently ranked 7th in the English Premier League (EPL).
After achieving remarkable results, he was named as a candidate for the successor to Tottenham. Tottenham are likely to part ways due to various reasons, including manager Antonio Conte’s health condition. Since the contract period is until this season, it is necessary to designate Next in case of an emergency. 슬롯사이트
Not only Tottenham, but also Italian revenge clubs have expressed interest. Roma, Inter Milan, AC Milan and Juventus are reviewing De Jerbi. The fact that he had already experienced Serie A came to be an attractive point.
Brighton are in danger of losing both Porter and manager De Jerby. According to the ‘Telegraph’, director De Jerby has a release clause of 11.5 million pounds (about 18 billion won). If a club appears to pay for the provision, it can’t be helped.