Brighton & Hove Albion have instructed midfielder Moises Caicedo to not return to coaching till after the January window, sources have instructed ESPN, as the membership insist he’s unavailable for switch after a £60 million supply from Arsenal was rejected on Friday.
Caicedo stated on Twitter on Friday that he desires to leave Brighton, however sources stated the membership have instructed Arsenal they continue to be agency of their stance that they’re unwilling to let the midfielder go.
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They added Caicedo has been given time without work till after the switch window to give attention to the rest of the season with Brighton, as the membership push for his or her highest-ever Premier League end.
Sources instructed ESPN on Friday that Arsenal supplied £60m for the acquisition of the midfielder and that that they had been eager to signal him even earlier than his transfer to the Amex in 2021. Sources added that Arsenal would comply with up imminently with one other supply.
Caicedo joined Brighton from Ecuadorian aspect Independiente. The 21-year-old has made 31 appearances for the membership.
Arsenal have already bolstered their squad in January with the signings of Leandro Trossard and Jakub Kiwior. Their want for midfield reinforcements could intensify relying on the outcomes of an MRI scan that Thomas Partey will bear following an damage to his ribs which pressured the Ghana worldwide to be taken off throughout Friday’s FA Cup defeat to Man City.
Sources stated on Friday the membership will nonetheless look to signal West Ham United captain Declan Rice in the summertime even when their push for Caicedo is profitable.
Brighton have seen a number of gamers leave the membership in high-value transfers in current seasons. Trossard left to affix Arsenal final week whereas Marc Cucurella and Yves Bissouma left the membership to affix Chelsea and Tottenham respectively in the summertime. Ben White additionally departed for Arsenal in 2021.
Brighton are sixth within the Premier League desk and face Liverpool within the FA Cup on Sunday.