Check Out “Brighton star Moises Caicedo may receive a fourth offer from Chelsea.” The Seagulls have turned down several offers from the Blues because they value their midfielder at £100 million.

Chelsea’s most recent bid was for £80 million, and according to The Sun, they plan to test Brighton’s fortitude by putting in a bid for £90 million.

Caicedo, a player for Ecuador, signed a new deal with the Seagulls in March after they blocked his transfer to Arsenal.

It is believed that Brighton is not under any pressure to sell and that no club will be willing to fulfill their £100 million asking price.

Brighton Star Moises Caicedo May Receive A Fourth Offer From Chelsea
Brighton Star Moises Caicedo May Receive A Fourth Offer From Chelsea

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Manchester City will soon announce the signing of RB Leipzig centre-back Josko Gvardiol.

The record-breaking defender in history, Gvardiol, has signed a £77 million deal with the European champions, which might increase to above £80 million.

According to reports, Gvardiol passed his medical exam and signed a five-year contract with a one-year option.

The 2022 World Cup is where the Croatian talent first gained notoriety, and Chelsea’s January £70 million attempt to recruit the 21-year-old fell through.

Within the next 48 hours, Rasmus Hojlund’s arrival to Manchester United is anticipated to be revealed.

United have reached an agreement to purchase the striker from Atalanta for a total of £72million [£64million with an additional £8million in add-ons].

The top clubs in the Premier League want to make their most recent acquisition public before Saturday’s friendly match against Lens, which is scheduled to begin at 12:45 p.m. local time.

It is believed that Hojlund has committed to a five-year contract, with an additional year of employment available as an option.

The Dane arrived in Manchester on Tuesday evening after flying there and finishing his medical exam somewhat recently.

The fact that Hojlund is represented by the same agency as Erik ten Hag, who is in charge of Man United’s search for a new striker to lead the line at Old Trafford, made the forward Erik ten Hag’s top target throughout the offseason.