In the future, according to Alan Shearer, Manchester City will undoubtedly be interested in Brighton’s Evan Ferguson, and he is not surprised that there is supposedly some interest now.
The kid recently made his debut for the Seagulls and made a huge impression.
Despite his youth, he seems to have a very competitive game.
He is also getting quite a bit of attention already.
It was alleged last week that City are already keeping an eye on the striker for the Republic of Ireland.
And now, Alan Shearer, the Premier League’s all-time leading scorer, has given his opinion of Ferguson, saying that he can picture him wearing a City jersey.
Evan Ferguson, a target for Manchester City, is adored by Alan Shearer.
Shearer recently wrote a piece for The Athletic in which he discussed Ferguson.
Even though City already has Erling Haaland, there is a very good chance that they will eventually contact the 18-year-old.
It’s not surprising that Manchester City is supposed to be one of the teams keeping an eye on him, he stated. If they weren’t, it would come as more of a surprise.
Although I don’t want it for Brighton, it wouldn’t be surprising if Ferguson was the next high-profile transfer to leave the club. However, if he continues to develop like he is, something will inevitably happen soon—at the correct price, of course.
Everyone is familiar with Brighton’s reputation as a selling city.
Therefore, there is a good likelihood that City will have to pay a British record sum to sign this young kid who Shearer believes will “be a superstar within a couple of years.”
He is reportedly already worth approximately £100 million. Future trends only point to a rise in that.
What would be so amazing is Ferguson to City.
In a few years, it would be incredible to see Ferguson relocate to the Etihad.
He is on track to become an unquestionably elite player, and considering Brighton’s ruthlessness in the transfer market, he will undoubtedly cost an absolute lot.
It’s downright terrifying to consider him playing with Erling Haaland.
It has been a while since City typically started with two pure strikers in the starting lineup.
But the majority of supporters would undoubtedly like this.