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Caicedo leads by example, Buonanotte could follow

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<p><figcaption class=Moises Caicedo warms up at Wolves under Roberto De Zerbi’s watch (Photo: Richard Parkes)

Roberto De Zerbi says that Moises Caicedo is an example for Albion youngsters coming from abroad.

He believes the treadmill will continue to develop Premier League gems spotted by the recruitment team.

Albion’s global talent scouting is garnering high praise as low-budget prospects are recruited and honed for Prem action.

Ecuadorian midfielder Caicedo leads the way as he regularly impresses.

But Japan international Kaoru Mitoma was the talk of Molineux as he helped the Seagulls beat Wolves 3-2 on Saturday.

He has settled in quickly since arriving this summer.

Albion will bring in teenage star Facundo Buonanotte from Argentina in January after a deal was confirmed last week.

“Buonanotte is very young but he is a very good player.

“Caicedo is an example.

Mitoma was involved in all three of Albion’s goals while starring on Saturday.

De Zerbi said: “Mitoma is a great player and I think he has great potential.

“He didn’t show his full potential.

“He can improve a lot and he can become a very great player.”

South American starlets Julio Enciso and Jeremy Sarmiento are among the players who could have the chance to shine at Arsenal in the Carabao Cup tomorrow.

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