According to rumors, Liverpool may try to recruit Moises Caicedo from Brighton, and the player may be receptive to the move
Journalist Pete O’Rourke is cited by GiveMeSport when addressing Caicedo’s conceivable transfer to Liverpool.
As is well known, Caicedo is being closely watched by a number of major clubs, including Liverpool. Additionally, West Ham is rumored to be interested in signing the Ecuadorian star.
In addition, according to journalist O’Rourke, Caicedo will consider joining Liverpool if Brighton’s financial situation allows it.
If Brighton were to think about selling him in January, “it’d be a significant fee. The player might be interested in the transfer if Liverpool and Chelsea do decide to pursue Caicedo, but it would have to be on Brighton’s terms, according to O’Rourke, who spoke to GiveMeSport.
According to a report in the Daily Mail, Brighton believes Caicedo is currently worth at least £60 million. Of course, the January window and another roughly successful six months with the Seagulls have the potential to change all that.
Caicedo, who was praised as “magnificent” for his efforts with Brighton, may very well be the Reds’ substitute for Jude Bellingham.
Even though Jude Bellingham is what the Reds supporters want, Moises Caicedo is still a very strong alternative for the team.
For the Seagulls, Caicedo has been in excellent form, and with Alexis McAllister, Brighton boasts a midfield that will be the envy of many Premier League teams.
Yes, £60m is a lot of money for Liverpool. But if they spend more than £100 million and don’t get Bellingham, they’ll have to settle for the second-best option. In that case, Caicedo is one of the group of players that the club will take into account.