Chelsea report: Brighton player ‘agrees’ terms as Manuel Ugarte completes PSG transfer conclusion.

Chelsea report: Brighton player ‘agrees’ terms as Manuel Ugarte completes PSG transfer conclusion.

Moises Caicedo has confirmed personal terms to sign for Arsenal this summer, according to Ecuadorian media outlet Teradeportes via The Mirror. This is a devastating blow to Chelsea.

Arsenal’s qualification for the Champions League is rumored to have played a significant role in Caicedo’s decision regarding which London club to join, with Chelsea also in the running.

Caicedo is anticipated to be a target for Chelsea during the upcoming summer transfer window, according to football.london.
Chelsea is likely to acquire Manuel Ugarte before PSG.

Chelsea appears poised to beat Paris Saint-Germain to the acquisition of Manuel Ugarte from Sporting CP. Both clubs are willing to pay the Uruguayan’s release clause of £52 million, and Sporting is resigned to losing him this summer.

According to reports, the arrival of Ugarte at Stamford Bridge will not affect Chelsea’s pursuit of Caicedo as the Blues near a £52 million agreement for the Uruguayan.

According to ESPN, Chelsea’s offer for Ugarte will include solidarity payments and various incentives, which will make it more appealing to Sporting.

The Portuguese club is encouraging and pressuring the 22-year-old to choose Chelsea over PSG, who are still attempting to win him over. Ugarte has not yet committed to terms, but a deal with the Blues is ‘close’ as Pochettino prepares to launch his summer transfer business.

James and Chilwell propose an exit response for Mount Chelsea

Reece James has responded to rumors linking Mason Mount to Premier League rivals Manchester United.

This weekend, the England international has joined Mount and Ben Chilwell at the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Barcelona as players begin to enjoy their time off the field.

Now, James has responded to rumors that Mount may depart the Blues this summer. The 23-year-old told Sky Sports, “Of course, if he [Mount] goes, everyone will be sad to see him go.”

Chiwell was also asked about Mount’s possible departure from Chelsea this summer, to which he replied, “It’s none of my business, but I’d love for him to remain. Since he is my best friend, I would like him to remain, but it’s none of my business.”

Despite Mauricio Pochettino’s desire to retain the England international, it is increasingly unlikely that Mount will remain at Stamford Bridge for the upcoming season.

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Chelsea report: Brighton player ‘agrees’ terms as Manuel Ugarte completes PSG transfer conclusion.