The classy midfielder enjoyed a breakout season at the Reds, taking his game to a new level under Spanish coach Josep Gombau. Now can he do the same under a Barcelona legend.
After having limited opportunities at Melbourne Victory in the three years prior, Jeggo moved to Adelaide and played the most minutes of any Reds player, featuring in 28 of the club’s 29 matches last season.
Despite some interest from overseas clubs, Jeggo has stuck with Adelaide and will be a key member of their push for a maiden championship in 2015/16.
What will be fascinating is how Jeggo develops under Guillermo Amor - a player who is often mentioned by the great Pep Guardiola as one of his most important influences.
We'll see how he's developing when Jeggo's Reds face Melbourne Victory in the opening round of the Hyundai A-League. The Reds then host Wanderers and hit the road in Perth and Brisbane in rounds 3 and 4 respectively.