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Moises Caicedo ‘would jump at a move’ to Chelsea in the January window – Simon Phillips has claimed
With the transfer window drawing to a close over the summer – there was a shock move from Chelsea to try and acquire the services of Caicedo -as the club to add some more depth to his squad
But – it has been claimed in the media that the likes of ChelseaFC are ready to delve into that transfer kitty and try to sign the midfielder in the coming windows – especially as Grahm Potter seeks to improve his side
However – Brighton are set to enter contract talks with Moises Caicedo as they look to fight off interest from other Premier League teams, according to The Mirror.
Brighton are determined to keep the Ecuadorian for the long-term but must resist the interest from the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea.
However – if you believe the words of Journalist Phillips – the midfielder is very keen to sign with ChelseaFC in the coming transfer windows
What has Phillips said?
Phillips told GIVEMESPORT: “The player, himself, has said that he would love to play for Chelsea.
“When you’re saying things like that, it’s pretty clear that you would jump at the move if it came along.
“That suddenly puts his club in a lesser position than what they normally would be and so, if Chelsea go in for him in the summer or even in January, it will be very interesting to see how he responds.”
Over the past few seasons – Caicedo has been developing – he has been learning – he has been getting better and he is certainly at that stage of his career that he needs to make a decision about where he wants to be
Does he wants to stay at a team that will probably finish outside the top ten? Or does he take the risk and join a massive club like Chelsea?
And now that the fact that Potter is in charge of the Blues – he would certainly get a chance to shine at Stamford Bridge
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