Caicedo has confirmed his desire to leave Brighton this summer.
As per the 90min, Brighton have made it clear to Moises Caicedo that he will not be sold unless their £100m valuation of him is met.
Caicedo is heavily linked with Chelsea for the summer move. The Blues have made two bids for the Ecuador international. The first bid is worth £70m and the second is worth £80m. The Seagulls have rejected both bids.
90min reports that Caicedo has confirmed his desire to leave Brighton this summer. The club are keen to avoid him making it public.
Brighton is valuing Caicedo at a similar amount to Declan Rice who moved to Arsenal from West Ham United for a British-record £105m transfer fee.
“It’s a clear situation at the moment. [Caicedo] stays with us until my owner changes his mind,” De Zerbi said.
“I don’t know what can happen in the future, but if Moises leaves we have to find the right player because it’s difficult to replace a player as good as Moises. We have to substitute him with a great player because this year we play in the Europa League unlike Chelsea.”
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