The 18-year-old attacking midfielder has already been capped by his country and is now being tipped to do great things in Spain by the former Real Madrid manSevilla boss Michel has been hugely impressed by Bryan Rabello's performances in pre-season and believes the Chilean capable of making a big impact in La Liga this term.
The 18-year-old attacking midfielder, who has already been capped by his country at senior level, arrived at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan from Colo Colo earlier this month and is expected to be predominantly utilised by the Rojiblancos' B team.
However, Michel has now intimated that Rabello is also likely to see plenty of first-team action. Indeed, when asked about his four new summer signings during a press conference, the former Real Madrid man was quick to single the teenager out for special praise.
"The most striking [arrival] is Bryan Rabello, and he will definitely draw more and more praise during the pre-season because up until now, he was an unknown player," Michel gushed. "He is in great shape and has not ceased competing since he arrived. "
Rabello, who made his Chile debut earlier this year, is considered one of the most exciting young talents to come out of the country in a long time.