Moises Caicedo ‘having second thoughts’ about Liverpool move; Chelsea back in race – report

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In a story that’s had more drama than most transfer sagas in recent history, Moises Caicedo’s potential move to Liverpool looks to be hitting a sizeable bump in the road.

As reported by Sky Sports’ Dharmesh Sheth: ‘Told Moises Caicedo having second thoughts about Liverpool move. Player & representatives still in London. No official word Chelsea have returned’.

This comes alongside the report in The Guardian that stated the Londoners were ready to outbid the Reds in order to secure the services of the 21-year-old , making for worrying reading.

READ MORE: Chelsea ‘not given up’ on Caicedo; ready to ‘bid more than £110m’ – Guardian

After seeing a deal agreed and watching Jurgen Klopp confirm our interest, it seemed the formalities were all that stood in the way of the Ecuadorian becoming our player this summer.

Instead, we could now see Mauricio Pochettino’s side outbid us in the eleventh hour and then we will be left either with egg on our face, or in a position to keep bidding.

To hear that the midfielder hasn’t left London and is having second thoughts would suggest that he’s either heard news of a new bid or is pushing for a move to Stamford Bridge.

After so much excitement, it’s on the brink of falling apart and we’re all set for a day of checking our phones for updates on who can win this intense race.

You can view the Caicedo update via @skysports_sheth on X:

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  1. If we get drawn into a Dutch Auction for Caecido and he prefers a Chelsea move then why bother. Lavia wants to come to Liverpool and better a volunteer than a pressed man anyday. We never really pushed for Touchemani because he preferred Madrid as did Bellingham. As good as Caecido may be, if doesn’t want to play for us, forget him.

  2. If he doesn’t want to come, he should stay away from us. Get Lavia for £50m, use the remaining money to buy a central defender and a right back instead of spending the whole amount on one player. We need players who actually want to play for this club, not pretenders.

    1. Better choice anyway…I think whinge a whiles girlfriend must like to live and shop in London. I would revoke my offer straight away… If he does come we will all despise him now.

      Tony Higgins Ex Schoolboy

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