Chelsea target Caicedo talks up Brighton experience; What he said could mean he is coming to Chelsea this Summer.
Moises Caicedo insists he doesn’t want to go to war with Brighton over a move to Chelsea.
The Ecuador midfielder, while resting at home, spoke to local reporters about the past season and his plans for the future.
Asked about what he enjoyed about Brighton, he told Ecuadorean reporter Maria Jose Flores: “The affection of the fans, the affection that all of us players have mutually. It’s like a family.
“I like the directors, who have always treated us very well in the club and that’s something you appreciate and can take forever in your mind.”
On big club transfer rumours, Caicedo said: “What kid wouldn’t like to have teams like that talking about him?
“It’s something I handle well. I try to stay calm. I’m enjoying time with my family which is the most important thing at the moment.
“I know it’s pressure if you put it like that but I’m calm.
“I’m waiting for what God decides because He knows what is best for me.”
The asked about Chelsea, Caicedo said: “It’s a big team, that’s true. A very historic team and I can’t say No, because it’s a very big, historic, beautiful team. The city as well is beautiful. It’s got everything beautiful.”