Brighton and Hove Albion are not having a very good start to their debut Premier League season so far and have lost both of their opening fixtures against Manchester City and Leicester City respectively.
The Seagulls are looking to bounce back in the forthcoming matches and are eyeing some new options to bolster their attack, which has looked far from its best so far this season.
Brighton have been spending heavily this summer and have brought in some fine players from all over Europe and England as well. Having broken their club transfer fee record already thrice, the Seagulls are all set to repeat the act by signing Raphael Dwamena, the Ghanaian striker who is currently playing for FC Zurich in the Swiss Super League.
The newest entrants in the Premier League have added a number of attacking options throughout the summer, as they look forward to more tough times to come. However, none of them has worked out well so far in the Premier League season so far, as Brighton have failed to put anything past the opposition goal so far in their last two matches.
With the signing of the 21-year-old marksman, the Seagulls are hoping to end their goal drought and inspire themselves back to the winning ways. They showed great form in the last season in the Championship and entered the Premier League as the first promoted team ahead of Newcastle United and Huddersfield Town, but has failed to continue carrying their splendid form from the last term so far this season in the top flight.
The newest recruit of the Seagulls, however, can turn out to be a revelation in the forthcoming days, as the Ghanaian youngster has both pace and physical presence to go with his ability to strike the ball with absolute precision.
His abilities to dodge the defenders with his swift footwork and cut into the opposition box to put the ball in the back of the net has attracted attention from a number of clubs from all over Europe including Brighton.
The man in charge at the Amex Stadium, Chris Hughton, is well aware of the fact that the forthcoming days are going to be testing times for his team and they need to be prepared for that. He is hopeful that the inclusion of the Ghanaian international from the Swiss club FC Zurich will be helping his team carve a comfortable niche in the league table over the next few months and hold their position in the top flight for the next season as well.