Brighton have signed striker Danny Welbeck on a one-year contract.
The 29-year-old has joined the Premier League membership after he terminated his cope with Watford by mutual consent earlier this month.
His contract with the Hornets had a £5.5m launch clause in-built and was attributable to expire subsequent summer time, however he has now joined Brighton as a free agent and needs to be accessible for subsequent Monday’s conflict with West Brom on the Amex.
“We’re delighted to have Danny becoming a member of us. He’ll complement our current hanging choices,” Graham Potter informed the membership’s web site.
“He is acquired an undoubted pedigree, and he’s fast and technically excellent. He’ll add to our attacking menace and we’re thrilled so as to add one other participant of his expertise and high quality.”
The previous Manchester United and Arsenal ahead, who will put on the No 18 shirt for his new aspect, has gained 42 caps for England and scored 16 instances for his nation.
“I feel Danny’s arrival concludes what we really feel has been an excellent window for the membership,” Brighton’s technical director Dan Ashworth added.
“A variety of planning, diligence and exhausting work went into the recruitment aspect, and I wish to thank all of the membership’s totally different departments for his or her efforts in reaching that.”