Chelsea make breakthrough in Caicedo transfer quest

Chelsea make breakthrough in Caicedo transfer quest

In their pursuit of Brighton & Hove Albion’s Moises Caicedo, Chelsea Football Club has finally achieved what seems to be a breakthrough.

Over the course of a summer, there hasn’t been much progress made in Chelsea’s pursuit of Caicedo; instead, developments have been constant. 

According to reports, Blues proposals increased steadily after Brighton rejected them, starting at about £70 million. 

The west London team is still seeking midfield additions, though, and they seem unfazed. 

Furthermore, if the Ecuadorian’s talent moves to what ought to be a top-four team of elite status, he may be a very valuable addition.

Over the past few months, Stamford Bridge has seen Mauricio Pochettino oversee a large number of midfield departures.

 I figured a couple might have wanted to remain afterward.

How are the Blues faring in their chase of Caicedo, which is quickly turning into a standard transfer saga? In essence, the narrative took a few possible good turns on Sunday.

 The important last friendly match between the Seagulls and Rayo Vallecano did not include the 21-year-old in the roster.

 According to Sky Sports, the omission is unrelated to any potential departure. 

Despite the fact that Fabrizio Romano asserts that the athlete isn’t playing because he wants to quit and that talks are ongoing

Chelsea make breakthrough in Caicedo transfer quest

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