Chelsea director, Marina Granovskaia has hinted on the possibility of the West Londoners landing Ecuadorian youngster Moises Caicedo in a couple of days
The Blues recently overtook Manchester United in the race for the 19-year-old’s signature after managing to convince his agents of reasonable game time at Stamford Bridge.
Reports yesterday also favoured Chelsea in pole position to landing the teenage sensation.
Blues director Marina Granovskaia has now suggested the likelihood of an imminent deal for the versatile Independiente Del Valle midfielder.Embed from Getty Images
Speaking last night, the serial deal broker revealed talks are already in advanced stages with a little of remuneration left to seal the deal.
“He’s an amazing talent and we are of course want him at the club” Granovskaia told Transfer Talk last night.
“We want to round up negotiations as quickly as possible. We’re already advanced in talks with his agents and hopefully we’ll have him soon” She added.
Quizzed on the current stage of talks regarding David Alaba pursuit, Granovskaia stated that negotiations are still ongoing despite how seemingly protracted the deal has thus far been.
The Blues seem unrelenting thus far in the transfer market this winter despite splashing over £200m on signings last summer, with most of its latest additions yet to find their feet at Stamford Bridge.
The West London outfit will relish the signing of Caicedo with the teenager having already earned an enviable reputation in his native country for his versatility in the middle.Embed from Getty Images
The 19-year-old usually takes to the central midfield but has sometimes been used offensively as a number 10 and of course defensively.
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