Liverpool transfer: Liverpool recieve £42m Moises Caicedo warning which has revealed a transfer target they must sign
Fabio Carvalho’s addition might be justified as a midfield acquisition, but the young Portuguese player is still unable to claim a certain spot in the team after primarily playing on the left wing.
Of course, there are explanations for this, from COVID-19’s effects to the inability to land important targets like Aurelien Tchouameni during the previous summer window.
Money, though, appears to be the driving force for Liverpool’s delay, as the Reds are still keeping their options open in the January market despite signing Cody Gakpo from PSV.
Despite continuing connections to Moises Caicedo and a purported price reduction from Brighton to £65 million, according to the Mirror, it is still quite likely that
“I’m pleased to say we haven’t had any [offers],” Paul Barber told CBS. “Maybe they [Liverpool] haven’t got my email because I haven’t seen any.”
The Seagulls CEO went on to add that a £42m bid wouldn’t be enough to test the South Coast outfit’s resolve in the market: “I am not sure £42 million will even include the boots now, maybe just the laces.
“But joking aside, every player’s value is ultimately determined by the market.
“Graham’s comments were part in jest but part serious because Moises has been an exceptional player for us.”