The Algerian international player Baghdad Boungah will be on the shelves of Brighton & Hove Albion in England in a possible transfer during the upcoming summer transfer period, the British newspaper “The Sun” reported Thursday.
Bongah is currently contracting with Qatar’s Al-Sadd club, led by Barcelona legend Xavi. The Algerian striker scored 30 goals in 27 matches in the Qatari League to help his club win the title.
In total, the 29-year-old has scored 166 goals in the 156 matches he has played for Al Sadd since his arrival in Qatar in 2015.
Although the league is considered poor, Baghdad Bungah’s performance has caught the attention of English club Brighton & Hove Albion, who is currently 16 years old.e From the tournament after it has secured its maintenance in the Premier League.
Brighton coach Graham Potter particularly hopes to bolster his meager side’s attack next season, who scored just 40 goals in 37 league games, including three in the last game against reserve team Manchester City, who had already been crowned champion for several days.
It was Bungah himself who said that Brighton and Hove Albion were interested in his services. ” I got an offer from Brighton. They have expressed interest in me. I can’t wait to play in Europe The Algerian international said.
At the age of 29, the prospect of signing Brighton for Baghdad Boungah could represent his last chance to play for a club in the European Premier League, despite struggling with relegation every year.