Southampton had a disappointing summer after most of its top players secured a transfer away. Danny Ings, Vestguard Bertrand left Southampton. However, Southampton has tried to cover up for the departure. They signed Chelsea young prodigy Tino Livramento. The 18-year-old had a successful youth campaign with Chelsea. They also signed Armando Borja on a loan deal. Livremento joined Southampton for a fee of around $1.5m. Chelsea has a buyback clause of around $25m. This is after denying to extend his stay because of competitions between Reece James, Trevoh Chabalobah and Ceasor Alzpilcueta.
He had a delightful debut for the saints. However, today marks his first senior team top challenge against Manchester United. Despite his tender age, he was able to deliver for his side. Despite not being involved in Southampton only goal, his contributions are inarguably fantastic.
As seen above, the 18-year-old future is brilliant and hope most top clubs will be hunting for his services.
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