Melissa Reddy now clarifies Caicedo situation amid reports he’s reconsidering Liverpool transfer

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A glorious high was followed by a sudden sharp decline as the summer transfer window rollercoaster took Livepool in a new and anxiety-inducing direction over the future of Moises Caicedo.

Fresh reports have emerged casting some doubt over the possibility of the Ecuadorian moving to the red half of Merseyside amid a renewed attempt from Chelsea to seize back control of the process.

Sky Sports’ Melissa Reddy put paid to the suggestion that the Blues are anywhere near close to being back in pole position, confirming that it would ‘take a lot for them to sway this’ on X.

It’s a position shared by the player’s representatives – though the player is now understood to have reiterated his preference of a move to Stamford Bridge following the side’s refusal to give up on the transfer – though it remains to be seen who will come out on top in this particular deal.

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Ultimately, even though Liverpool have acted in good faith with Brighton, the Seagulls are under no obligation to hold back on a transfer for an unhappy member of their squad to do us a favour.

It would be highly unfortunate to lose out on such a talented holding midfielder in such a manner, though these are the cards we have been dealt.

The question, now, is where do we go?

A return to Southampton seems almost inevitable, and fans will now be pushing for a similar level of decisiveness to solve our problem area ahead of the new season.

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  1. Henry, Werner and the FSG mob, summer by summer, make LFC more and more of a laughing stock, with complete lack of interest in the sporting side, and only having a care for the financial side of what is merely just another ‘product’ in their investment portfolio.

    Sell up to someone who wants to make us a great football team once more, but with a keen financial head too.

    Stick to your American sports if you just want investment baubles.

  2. You seem to forget Mr Russell FSG saved the club ,extended the stadium & still improving the venue.Maybe patience required.

    1. FAG didn’t save the club, there was more than one bidder so we were saved no matter what, they didn’t extend the stadium the club did, they gave the club a loan with interest to pay for that and the training ground. I dunno, maybe know a few things about the club you apparently support before you go down on FSG

  3. To fsg bet ya wish you’d paid the money for Bellingham now , younger , better, English and a player who actually wanted to play for the reds .

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