southampton He is thinking about the next season. The relegation to the Championship has opened the exit door for some of the best footballers in the team’s squad. Players like Ward-Prowse, known for being the best free kick taker in the Premier League, Romeo Lavia and Carlos Alcaraz they could look for new destinations for the next season.
According to the information obtained by AS, three teams have already shown interest in taking over the services of ‘Charly’ Alcaraz for next season. One of the teams that has shown the most interest is the Brighton.
The 3 clubs that want to sign Carlos Alcaraz after Southampton’s relegation
The Seagulls have stood out in recent times for discovering and promoting talent. After an outstanding season on the English coast, the team led by Roberto De Zerbi seems to be on the verge of a rout, with Alexis Mac Allister and Moisés Caicedo almost out, and the interest of Liverpool and Arsenal hovering around their names.
In this sense, Brighton sees Alcaraz as the perfect replacement for his Argentine compatriot in midfield. However, Brighton will not have it easy to finalize the transfer of the Argentine. Benfica and Milan They are emerging as potential competitors to take the player.
So far, no formal offer has come to the offices of St. Mary’s Stadium, where Alcaraz is already considered an idol by local fans. Southampton’s internal crisis has generated a collapse in the club, where planning for the future of the squad has not yet begun for the upcoming challenges.
Charly Alcaraz’s emergence in the Premier League has been impressive. Since his arrival in January at the emblematic English stadium, Fernando Gago’s former pupil in Racing quickly demonstrated his quality by scoring his first goal in England in his seventh match, against Julen Lopetegui’s Wolverhampton. His versatility to play in any position in the midfield makes him a fundamental piece for the Spanish coach.
Carlos Alcaraz’s future is up in the air as teams fight to win his services. With Southampton’s relegation and uncertainty at the club, the Argentine is likely to seek new horizons to continue his promising career in English football or elsewhere.