Read Up “Brighton are increasingly convinced Moises Caicedo will stay this summer.” Chelsea have been pursuing the Ecuadorian midfielder all summer but have refused to pay Brighton’s price.

Brighton want at least £100million for their midfield talisman after Declan Rice’s move to Arsenal.

Chelsea are reportedly contemplating a second, better £90million proposal for Caicedo.

However, Brighton is believed to be unwilling to sell at that price.

The south coast club expects Caicedo to remain on their roster once the summer transfer window shuts on September 1.

Brighton Are Increasingly Convinced Moises Caicedo Will Stay This Summer
Brighton Are Increasingly Convinced Moises Caicedo Will Stay This Summer

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Tottenham are ‘relaxed’ about Harry Kane despite Bayern Munich’s deadline.

According to reports, the German powerhouses have instructed Daniel Levy to decide on the striker’s future by midnight today.

The Daily Telegraph reports that if a deal for Kane is not finalized tonight, Bayern’s most recent offer is still on the table and that the Bundesliga champions would turn their focus to other targets.

Tottenham, though, are reportedly unconcerned by Bayern’s transfer ruse.


Harry Maguire, according to Stuart Pearce, would be the ideal addition to West Ham.

The England defender may leave Manchester United this summer due to his low status.

Former Hammers player and coach Pearce thinks he would be a smart signing for the London club for what he can contribute to David Moyes’ team.

“I know that West Ham value him,” Pearce told Jim White on talkSPORT.

“I covered the England game in the summer for talkSPORT and went to the players’ lounge to find Harry Maguire. I wanted to tell him that I get pilloried and don’t know why. I went over to his dad and said, “Listen, you don’t know me, my name’s Stuart, and I just want to say how well your son conducts himself and I don’t see where the criticism comes from.” I had a long conversation with him and Harry came into the pub.

“When you’re looking for a player to join your club, can he score in the opposite box? How does he handle a ball at his feet? As an England international, he’ll provide leadership and so much more.

He’s the correct age for me—he’s a no-brainer for any team, even West Ham.

Go where you’re welcomed and liked, and if that’s West Ham, it’d be a terrific addition.”