“Chelsea are leading the race to sign Moises Caido, 21, of Brighton and Hove Albion,” Matt Law of The Telegraph reported on Saturday (Aug. 16). However, he added that Brighton’s asking price is a whopping £120 million ($194.5 million).
Kaysedo is one of the most sought-after 토토사이트 midfielders in this transfer window. He covers the midfield with his immense physicality and work rate. He is also an excellent defender and plays a big role in the stability of the team. He also has solid fundamentals such as ball control. He”s only 21 years old this year. He has a lot of potential because of his age.
That’s why he’s attracting interest from big clubs. Right now, he was strongly linked to Arsenal last winter. He even made a post on his social networking site hinting at a move to Arsenal. However, the move fell through and ended in disaster.
He signed a new contract in March. It was a four-year deal, and he’s still been linked with a move this summer. Not only Arsenal, but also Chelsea and Bayern Munich have joined the chase. According to the media, Chelsea is the most likely destination.
However, there’s a catch: the transfer fee. Brighton owner Tony Bloom has set a whopping £120 million price tag for Caido. “There’s no chance Chelsea will pay the full amount,” the source said. “If they want to sign him, they will have to pay at least £80 million, or consider trading him,” it added.
Meanwhile, British outlet 90MIN reported on Friday that “Brighton are in talks with Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher”. Gallagher could be a trump card in the deal for Cisse.