Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Brighton and Hove Albion have broken its transfer record.
A week after setting a new club standard with the signing of Davy Propper from PSV Eindhoven, the Gulls have signed electric Colombian attacker Jose Izquierdo from Club Brugge for over $15 million.
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Izquierdo averaged a goal every other match for Brugge last season and broke through to the Colombian national team with two caps this summer, scoring in a friendly against Cameroon.
With Propper and Izquierdo, manager Chris Hughton has two more playmakers who can better set the table for a strike corps that has been questioned at the Premier League level.
Brighton lost to Man City 2-0 on Saturday and next faces Leicester City at King Power Stadium.