Huge transfer fees are expected.
British media ‘Football Insider’ said on the 12th (Korean time), “Brighton and Hove Albion want 80 million pounds (approximately 131.8 billion won) for the ransom of Moises Caicedo (21). planned,” he said.
Numerous love calls are expected in the summer transfer market. According to the media, neither Arsenal nor Kaise of the English Premier League (PL) gave up their recruitment. In fact, Arsenal offered a direct transfer to Brighton during the winter transfer window.
High transfer fees are inevitable. According to British ‘Sky Sports’, Brighton rejected Arsenal’s offer several times. Although he called for a transfer fee of 70 million pounds (approximately 115.3 billion won), he finally succeeded in protecting Caicedo. Even after staying, Caicedo succeeded in renewing a four-year contract with Brighton. The weekly wage is £60,000 (about 93 million won).
Despite his long-term contract, he is still attracting attention from big clubs. Caicedo stood out from his first season in the Premier League. Even at his young age, he was reborn as the core of Brighton’s midfield with his skillful game management and excellent defense. He is also active as Brighton’s main midfielder this season. 토토사이트
The performance of his team is also on a high note. Brighton is 7th with 46 points from 28 matches. Depending on the results of the remaining games, you can chase 5th place Tottenham Hotspur (53 points in 30 matches) to the bottom of the chin. Brighton manager Roberto De Gerbi set the goal of advancing to the UEFA Champions League (UCL).
Calling is worth it According to ‘Football Insider’, Brighton did not include a release clause when Caicedo was renewed. Key resources are not expected to be easily missed. At the time of the winter transfer window, Brighton sent their main striker Leandro Trossar (28) to Arsenal.
The media then added, “Man Utd, which is dreaming of a major overhaul in the managerial system of Eric ten Hag, is trying to bring in Caicedo. It is a thought to replace Scott McTominay (26), who is likely to transfer.”