Liverpool looking for Moises Caicedo From Brighton

Arsenal's Caicedo Brighton third

The South American midfielder Moises Caicedo is willing to accept a transfer to Liverpool according to multiple reports. The Brighton player has told his teammates that he wants a transfer to Anfield. The Seagulls won’t be able to keep him for the long run because of his exceptional talent. However, They will be making sure that they don’t lose him this season as they aim for European football.

Liverpool set to spend big on the Moises Caicedo

According to the report, Moises Caicedo is ready to switch agents in order to quickly seal a significant money transfer to Liverpool. The 21-year-old has already expressed interest in joining Liverpool, and he would like to do so. The youngster has been sensational since bursting onto the scene for the Seagulls. The reputation of the player grew even further with some impressive performances at the 2022 World Cup.

Reports suggest the deal is imminent

According to Fabrizio Romano, Liverpool is really interested in this deal. They are ready to spend an estimated £85 million on the Teenager. Chelsea and Newcastle United have also shown keen interest in the player.

Italian journalist and transfer insider Fabrizio Romano has revealed that the Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder has changed his agent ahead of his decision on his future. A deal is imminent as Liverpool looks to strengthen their midfield by bringing in Moises Caicedo as soon as possible.. They are aware that if they do not make a move in January they could face a lot of competition from other clubs that will try to sign the player.

The Falmer Stadium team is only one point behind the Merseysiders after 17 Premier League games, but they must improve quickly if they hope to secure a spot in the top four. To do that, Jurgen Klopp will need to spend big money on a reliable midfielder, and Moises Caicedo has been one of the best in the nation this year. The upcoming weeks can be crucial for Liverpool as we reach the mid-stage of the January transfer window.

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