PL Powerhouse has agreed personal terms with Arsenal – £80M fee will get deal wrapped up


Moises Caicedo has reportedly ‘agreed personal terms’ with ARSENAL after deciding he wants a move to the Emirates.

The Ecuador international has enjoyed an impressive season on the south coast and has attracted interest from several Premier League clubs in the process.

Arsenal were strongly linked with a £70 million deal to sign the 21-year-old in January; however, a move never materialised and Caicedo proceeded to sign a new contract with Brighton that runs until 2027.

Despite the new deal, the report reveals that Brighton are resigned to losing their star midfielder this summer and Arsenal have been heavily tipped to secure a move for the powerhouse.

Arsenal still want to sign him ahead of the 2023-24 campaign, and according to new reports, they have now ‘agreed personal terms’ with the player.

The Gunners still need to negotiate a fee with Brighton – who are hoping to receive at least £80m for the 21-year-old.

IcFootballnews View…

There has been alot said about the future of Caicedo – but one thing is for certain – he is ready for that next step in his career.

He does not need to leave Brighton just yet – he will be playing European football next season – but the desire to be better is there and that is why he will be a great signing for the Gunners.

And with Granit Xhaka leaving the club – he could be the ideal man to come in and help fill the void of the Swiss star.

However – that massive asking price of £80 million is silly and we simply cant see ARSENAL paying that amount of money for this player.

They do have some funds to spend – but the board need to be smart about who they sign – it will make or break whether they challenge for that Premier League title next season


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