Chelsea’s new supervisor Graham Potter would do properly to raid his outdated membership Brighton for the switch of thrilling younger midfielder Moises Caicedo.
That’s the view of Fabrizio Romano in his newest CaughtOffside column, although he stresses that there have been no talks for the participant to date, and that Brighton’s venture deserves respect.
Though Romano believes it might be good for Potter and Caicedo to work collectively once more, the switch information professional is not sure if Brighton will likely be able to promote the Ecuador worldwide this January.
The Seagulls misplaced Yves Bissouma and Marc Cucurella this summer season, whereas Potter not too long ago left them to interchange Thomas Tuchel as supervisor of Chelsea, so dropping a expertise like Caicedo in the midst of the season could be one other huge blow.
Nonetheless, the Blues might do with strengthening in midfield, and the 20-year-old might be an excellent long-term choice in that place, while additionally being a participant Potter will know properly.
Discussing the state of affairs, Romano mentioned: “For the time being there are not any negotiations for Caicedo, we are going to see within the subsequent months what occurs.
“I believe it’d be nice for them to work collectively once more, Caicedo is an excellent participant however Brighton venture deserves some respect, so I’m undecided they are going to be open to let Caicedo go already in January.”
Chelsea had a busy summer season bringing within the likes of Raheem Sterling, Wesley Fofana, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and others, and one imagines their bold new proprietor Todd Boehly might proceed to attempt to spend money on the subsequent switch window.