Arsenal are set to make a £75million bid for a Chelsea target in the summer transfer window.
Premier League giants Arsenal are reportedly preparing a £75million bid for Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo, with Mikel Arteta keen to strengthen his side. He’s with at least one new central midfielder this summer. While the Premier League runner-up has the opportunity to lose Granit Xhaka to Bayer Leverkusen.
West Ham captain Declan Rice is one of Arsenal ‘s top targets in the upcoming transfer market. But at the same time, the Gunners are also interested in Caicedo. The Gunners failed to make a number of offers for Caicedo during the January transfer window. With Brighton insisting they would not sell the midfielder. However, LondonWorld reports Arsenal are ready. to make a new offer similar to the £75m deal Brighton rejected at the start of the year
The report also claims that Brighton’s stance has softened since January. And now the club are open to talks with Arsenal after signing the Ecuadorian international. Last month, Caicedo’s agent, Manuel Sierra, It is clear that Arsenal would be an interesting target for the midfielder. “Arsenal is a great team for everyone. Let’s see what happens this summer. There are a number of clubs interested in Moises,” Sierra said. Arsenalinformer “Moises has four years left on his contract. He’s had an unbelievable season. So it is normal that many clubs are interested in him.
It is understood Chelsea are also prepared to make a move for Caicedo this summer. After losing to Paris Saint-Germain In the race to sign Manuel Ugarte from Sporting Lisbon, meanwhile Arsenal are hopeful of pursuing Declan Rice after West Ham chairman David Sullivan confirmed on Thursday June 8, 2023 that the midfielder will be sold this summer. After helping the club win titles. Europa Conference League success
“We promised him that he would leave. He really wanted to move. We are very happy To someone who has given us so much this โปรโมชั่น ufabet season ,” Sullivan told talkSPORT . He has to go and we have to find one or more representatives ′′ It’s not what we want to happen. We offered him £200,000 a week 18 months ago but he declined. It must have cost £10 million to have him at West Ham during that time. (wasted wages) and he wants to go You can’t keep unwanted players.”