According to Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea is making progress towards finalizing a deal for Moises Caicedo this summer. Romano shared on Twitter that the two clubs are currently in engagement in discussions to determine the fixed fee that Chelsea will pay to secure the transfer.
Comparing the transfer saga to Enzo Fernandez in the previous window. Caicedo has become the center of attention and speculation during this summer’s transfer period.
For several weeks, there have been ongoing reports suggesting that Chelsea and the player’s club have been engaged in verbal negotiations. Chelsea is actively seeking to acquire a suitable partner for their World Cup-winning player. Emphasizing the importance of finding the perfect match.
Despite the lack of depth in midfield at Stamford Bridge, there is growing belief that Chelsea may need to make multiple midfield signings this summer. Looking beyond the Enzo Fernandez saga.
Reports have consistently in indication that Moises Caicedo is Mauricio Pochettino’s choice for the midfield position. Leading Chelsea to persist in negotiations with Brighton, known for their tough negotiating stance.
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According to Fabrizio Romano, although there had been days without significant updates. The deal between Chelsea and Brighton for Caicedo is now finally progressing in a positive direction. The clubs are currently in discussions regarding the fixed fee. As the initial £70 million offered is reportedly deemed insufficient.
According to recent updates, the deal for Moises Caicedo is in expectation to include add-ons in addition to the base fee. Negotiations are ongoing with the aim of finding a resolution as quickly as possible.
Initially, there were doubts about the possibility of a deal as Chelsea had expressed their disinterest in including Levi Colwill in the transfer. However, it appears that Brighton is now beginning to accept the reality. That Caicedo might continue his footballing career elsewhere in the upcoming season.
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