Date published: Sunday 18 October 2020 1:34
Brighton signed a one-year contract with former England striker Danny Welbeck.
the 29 years, who started his career at Manchester United, spent last season at Watford where he scored three goals in 20 appearances as the Hornets were relegated from the top flight.
Brighton Head Coach Graham Potter told the Seagulls website: “We are delighted that Danny is joining us. It will complement our existing typing options.
“He has a solid pedigree, and he’s fast and technically very good. He will add to our attack threat and we are delighted to add another player of his experience and quality.
Welbeck, who has 42 caps in England, was available for a free transfer after his contract at Watford expired.
Brighton technical director Dan Ashworth added: “I think Danny’s arrival concludes what we think is a very good window for the club.
“A lot of planning, diligence and hard work has gone into recruiting, and I want to thank all the different departments in the club for their efforts in this regard.