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Newsnow:Chelsea's failed £75M deal to sign Moises Caicedo as Jurgen Klopp move to sign him.

 
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Jurgen Klopp has been advised to enter the race since Liverpool are in need of at least one more midfielder after Chelsea's failed £75M deal to sign Moises Caicedo. The Reds' next move in the transfer market is highly anticipated by the fans, and many of them are hoping that Brighton's Caicedo is one of the team's top transfer targets in secret.

The Ecuadorian appears to not be at the top of Liverpool's transfer wish list, despite the fact that it is clear that the Merseyside club would love to have him. This might be due to his price tag or another factor.

According to the report from London, Chelsea's £70M offer was turned down. Considering that only Virgil van Dijk and Darwin Nunez have cost more than that, it's doubtful that such a high offer would be made for Caicedo. FSG are renowned for encouraging the club's recruitment personnel to look elsewhere for cheap buys, as was done when £35M was used to bring Alexis Mac Allister, Caicedo's teammate, to Anfield.

Liverpool is advised to spend much on Moises Caicedo

Stan Collymore, a former Liverpool player, thinks Klopp should spend lavishly to bring in Caicedo.

Moises Caicedo

Speaking to Caught Offside, he said: "I think Liverpool should break the bank for Brighton's Moises Caicedo and although it might be a little early for him, Aston Villa's Boubacar Kamara would be an excellent acquisition for Klopp having been exceptional at times last season - although I think Aston Villa won't be motivated to sell him this summer.

Caicedo would be my choice if they were searching for a defensive midfielder who would be available for the next four to five years. His old Brighton teammate Mac Allister would make a great partner for him because they had great success together the previous season.

In either case, Liverpool still needs to add a man to their midfield. The 20-year-old is not a defensive midfielder, despite the fact that I think he would be a terrific addition to Liverpool's starting lineup. He resembles Georginio Wijnaldum in many more ways than Fabinho, for example. He works best when creatively utilised to play his side out of danger.

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