Chelsea and Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Moises Caicedo. However, Brighton are not willing to sell the young midfielder in Junuary as his contract is due in the summer of 2025.
According to Sky Sports News, formal discussions about the player have not started but the 21-year-old is being eyed by top clubs following his stellar performances for Ecuador at the 2022 World Cup.
The Brighton midfielder performed exemplary well for his Nation at the just concluded Qatar 2022 World Cup. However, Ecuador narrowly bowed out of the world cup in the group stages despite their efforts which saw them edge past hosts Qatar and drawing with the Dutch.
The midfielder started in all three appearances and was on target during his side's 2-1 loss to Senegal. The 21-year-old has featured in all 14 Premier League matches for Brighton this season and he has registered a goal in the process.
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