After a successful transfer window with former boss Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea are back in hunt for new targets. However, Premier League established manager, Graham Potter was appointed as the next boss by Todd boehly.
Graham Potter who is huge fan of former player Moises Caicedo is eyeing reunion with former playmaker after a impressive display at Brighton. Todd boehly is reportedly ready to back the new manager in bid to achieve his targets at the Club.
Brighton hove Albion on the other side is set to offer the Star a huge contract with the club in bid to ward off interests from former boss Graham Potter. Brighton who are currently at top four in premier league standings are prepared to retain all thier players this season.
Moises Caicedo is seen as a perfect replacement for aging Ng'olo Kante at Chelsea. Premier League heavyweights Manchester United and Liverpool are also interested in the playmaker in January transfer window.
United were the leading candidates in previous summer before Brighton signed the midfield sensation.
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