Brighton and Ecuadorian ace Moises Caicedo has revealed the clubs he wants to play for amid rumours that links him with a move a way from the South Coast club this season.
Caicedo performance has not gone unnoticed since returning to Brighton and Hove after finishing his loan spell with the Belgian outfit Beerschot with top clubs like Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool now hunting for his signatures.
Arsenal are currently monitoring this situation after failing to secure a midfielder this summer despite being closely linked with a move for Youri Tielemans and Douglas Luiz.
United are also very keen to add a defensive midfielder to their ranks despite signing Eriksen for free and Casemiro from Brentford and Real Madrid respectively this summer.
The Reds from Mersyside are also currently suffering in the Premier League and European competitions after failing to bolster their midfield options in the just concluded transfer window.
Chelsea, meanwhile are standing at the pole position to sign the midfield after the club succeeded in their pursuit of Graham Potter as Thomas Tuchel's permanent replacement.
Following the connections during their time at Amex stadium, it is believed that Caicedo could accept to join his manager at Stamford Bridge should he go calling for his signatures in the January transfer window.
Amid all these rumours, Caicedo who was addressing his future plans earlier this month is adamant that he was to continue at Brighton revealing how happy he feels at the club and is not ready to substitute it for another club.
"I’m very happy here at Brighton,’ he said earlier in the month. ‘I’m not thinking about any other club than Brighton."
"This is the club where I am now and I will give everything for this club and to keep doing well here."
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