Before moving to Brighton, Facundo Buonanotte claims that former Manchester United forward Carlos Tevez gave him some tips on preparing for the Premier League. In November, the Albion announced that they had agreed to sign the attacking midfielder from Rosario Central, but he only signed with the team in January.
Now, Buonanotte, who the former striker managed in 2022 at Rosario, has also talked about the advice he got from him. I was very at ease when I worked with Carlos. In the Bournemouth program notes before the match, he stated, “He had a spectacular career as a player, and for me, this was good because he could give me a lot of advice and would help me day by day.” During one of my final training sessions, he told me that England was a very competitive league and that I should prepare well.
He advised me to remain calm because the first few weeks and months would not be easy, but that things would get easier once I had adjusted and settled in. Buonanotte marked an agreement until the mid-year of 2026 with Brighton for a charge that could ascend to £ 10 million. Juventus and Atletico Madrid reportedly wanted him. Still, he acknowledged that the Albion’s thoughtful approach, in which they went to great lengths to make him and his family feel supported and comfortable, was crucial in securing a move to the south coast team.