Brighton edge nearer to signing of Manchester United goal


Brighton & Hove Albion are closing in on a deal to signal Manchester United goal Moises Caicedo from Ecuadorian facet Independiente del Valle.
The 19-year-old got here by means of the youth ranks at Independiente, making his skilled debut for the membership in October 2019.
He has since continued to impress, incomes 4 caps for Ecuador, and changing into the primary participant born within the 21st century to attain in a CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifier.
Caicedo scores his first worldwide goalThe midfielder had been linked with a transfer to Manchester United and Newcastle United. Nevertheless, now Sky are reporting that Brighton and Hove Albion are main the race for {the teenager}.
Sky declare that the Seagulls pays an preliminary £4.5 million charge for Caicedo’s companies, and can embrace a “vital” sell-on clause within the deal. Additionally they say that he may very well be instantly loaned out to Belgian facet Royale Union Saint-Gilloise, who’re owned by Brighton’s proprietor Tony Bloom.
Graham Potter’s facet haven’t made a super begin to the 2020/21 marketing campaign. On the time of writing, they sit in 17th place, simply three factors away from Fulham within the relegation zone having performed two video games extra. New additions may very well be vital in the event that they want to keep away from a relegation scrap, particularly if midfielder Yves Bissouma strikes on.
Brighton have been disappointing this seasonSky Sports activities reporter Tim Vickery was filled with reward for Caicedo, proclaiming him as “a completely terrific participant”.
Vickery described the teen as a “box-to-box midfielder, terrific athlete, cool in possession.” Given this description, he may very well be a super alternative for Bissouma ought to he depart the AMEX Stadium any time quickly.

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