– A young player with tremendous potential, says Kevin Knappen about Bryne’s new signing.
The Portuguese reports a transfer from Valadares Gaia to Bryne and has signed for Bryne until 2025.
The 21-year-old has passed the degrees in one of Portugal’s best academies and he is coming to Bryne to develop further. The young forward is a versatile player who can also cover the edges. Kevin Knappen gets a very ambitious and well-schooled player.
– We get a player who is good in several phases of the game. Good error returner, strong in the close game at the same time as he can threaten backroom. He has skills that we need in our team and he complements the attacking players we already have, elaborates the head coach.
Bryne caught the eye of the young Portuguese when he was on trial in Ham Kam this winter. He was on trial in Bryne last week and crowned his stay with a goal in the training match against Start on Saturday. Roger Eskeland has brought in a player who fits Bryne’s profile. A player who wants to develop himself and the team.
– He had a good training week when he was here and came up with several big chances against Start. He is a player who creates a lot and works for the team.
Moreira is in place in Bryne tonight and is ready to play next week. For Bryne, it is an important piece that is in place before we enter a very tight match program in August. Managing director Hans Øyvind Sagen praises the NFF for very good help and quick response in this international transition, which was completed on Friday evening.
– Smart people in the association contributed to the fact that the approval via the NFF, FIFA and Portugal took significantly less time than expected.