Arsenal Join Chelsea In Race For Brighton’s Moises Caicedo

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Having already made a transfer for one Brighton participant on this window Arsenal have now joined the race to signal Moises Caicedo from the Seagulls, with Chelsea additionally within the midfielder.

With Leandro Trossard becoming a member of the Arsenal ranks late final week, the Gunners at the moment are making an attempt to poach one other star from Brighton with Moises Caicedo on Mikel Arteta’s radar.

Caicedo has been considered one of Brighton’s standout gamers for the previous season and after having fun with a profitable World Cup with Ecuador, the midfielder has gained lots of consideration from golf equipment greater up trying to earn his signature.

The extremely revered Fabrizio Romano has reported Arsenal’s curiosity in Caicedo and after a change of brokers for the Ecuadorian, a transfer to London could possibly be on the playing cards throughout this window.

“Official. Moises Caicedo has picked Futbol Division as new brokers — it’s now confirmed by company assertion.

“One to watch in the final days of Jan window — Brighton want to keep him but Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal are well informed on Moises situation.”

Caicedo has stated that regardless of the rumours of curiosity from different golf equipment within the league that his sole focus will stay solely on Brighton… for now.

“I’m targeted on Brighton. I’m right here, I’m targeted on this membership so issues from outdoors don’t hassle me, nor does it take that focus away as a result of I’m targeted solely on right here.
I solely attempt to be targeted on membership which opened the doorways for me to be enjoying each week”
Brighton’s subsequent recreation comes towards Liverpool within the FA Cup fourth spherical this Sunday, the place Caicedo might play considered one of his last video games for the Seagulls.

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