Journo shares Caicedo transfer reminder as one ‘final twist’ could help Liverpool

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The prospect of Mosies Caicedo joining Chelsea ahead of a potentially improved bid appears to be gathering pace.

That said, despite the repeated insistence from various sources online that a deal is all but done, it remains to be seen whether the Blues’ terms are truly acceptable for Brighton & Hove Albion, as Chris Williams rightly pointed out on X on Sunday morning.

It’s fair to say we shouldn’t feel inclined to rule out a Liverpool response, if we’re indeed serious about hijacking the move in question.

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There are some concerns that should be heeded, nonetheless – not least of all, our clear need to find a suitable number six to fill a Fabinho-sized hole in the starting-XI.

Should it become clear either before or after our upcoming trip to Stamford Bridge that matters a conclusion won’t be forthcoming in the near future, some serious consideration will have to be given to the idea of departing the deal entirely.

With pre-season officially over, Jurgen Klopp will need all the spare time he can get working with a new option in the midfield; that’s especially true if it so happens to be a relatively inexperienced operator of the likes of Southampton’s Romeo Lavia.

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  1. If Caicedo does not want to play for LFC then fine, we must move on as we only want players who are fully on board with the Klopp Express

  2. We don’t need a player who has been firm in his comments about going to Chelsea.
    Why make a problem for ourselves

  3. What I don’t get, if he was so firm in his stance to join Chelsea and only Chelsea, why the hell did we make an offer of £111 million for him in the first place?

  4. Seriously! Just let him go to Chelsea and give the young blood a run out. We have a team to compete as long as they play with their hearts and mind

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