- Doyle made his Premier League debut as a substitute against Brighton last year
- He has developed a talent for taking free-kicks after he studied Ward-Prowse
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Brighton are in talks to sign highly-rated teenage midfielder Kamari Doyle from fellow south coast club Southampton.
Doyle made his Premier League debut as a substitute against Brighton in 2023 after being rewarded for his excellent progress through the ranks.
The England U19 international has been at Southampton since the age of nine, impressing at different levels.
Now 18, he studied experienced professionals such as James Ward-Prowse and has developed a talent for taking free-kicks also.
Though he has been hindered by injuries this season, Brighton still see him as one for the future and he is expected to sign before the end of the week pending his medical.
Brighton are keen to sign Kamari Doyle from fellow south coast club Brighton
The 18-year-old has a talent for free-kicks after he studied from ex-Saints star James Ward-Prowse
Roberto De Zerbi’s side have already signed Valentin Barco from Boca Juniors this window, while winger Adrian Mazilu officially arrived this week from Farul Constanta for £2.5m
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Brighton, as per usual, have been working hard to find the next generation of talent.
They have already signed 19-year-old Argentine wonderkid Valentin Barco from Boca Juniors for £7.8m this window while 18-year-old Romanian winger Adrian Mazilu officially arrived this week from Farul Constanta for £2.5m and was sent out on loan to Vitesse Arnhem.
Back in 2022, when asked what it was like to practice on his free-kicks with Ward Prowse, Doyle told the Saints’ website: ‘It’s great. Obviously, he is one of the best free-kick takers in the world.
‘It is great to watch him and I got that chance when I was younger to take free-kicks with him.
‘It’s amazing. All the first-team players are top professionals, so it’s good to take little bits off them and put that into my game.’