In today’s Brighton transfer news – Brighton director gives Chelsea ultimatum on Caicedo, Kudus urges to join Brighton as soon as possible & more.
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Brighton Transfer News: Brighton director gives Chelsea ultimatum on Caicedo
David Weir revealed to Sky Sports that Brighton is waiting for an ‘acceptable offer’ for the young star Moises Caicedo. It is believed that Chelsea had three bids rejected for the Equatorian midfielder and is expected to make the fourth in the following days, especially because the Premier League starts next weekend. “It’s pretty clear on our side, we give player opportunities, and we play a part in their journey,” Weir told Sky Sports. “At some stage, players want to leave or may leave, but it’s got to work for everyone. We are very honest and upfront on that.”
"“Players sign contracts and to respect them and they do. There has to be an agreement on all parties and then there can be a transfer. We’ve not had acceptable offers (for Moises Caicedo). He’s our player. He’s contracted with us for a number of years. We’re also realistic if things change, we’ll look into that.”, Weir told Sky Sports."
Brighton Transfer News: Kudus urges to join Brighton as soon as possible
According to Suleyman Ozturk, Mohamed Kudus’ move to Brighton represents a golden opportunity for him. As already covered, the midfielder has already been linked to Arsenal and Chelsea this transfer window, but for the journalist, Kudus could be the star of De Zerbi’s team and make an even bigger move later. “I think it would be an ideal step. If you end up at Chelsea, you know you’ve seen this with Mykhailo Mudryk; that’s difficult because you have to beat three immediately to get a starting role,” he said.
Brighton Transfer News: Michal Karbownik joins Hertha Berlin
The team announced this morning that Michal Karbownik is leaving Brighton to join Hertha Berlin on a permanent deal. The Polish left-back joined the Seagulls from Legia Warsaw in October 2020 and spent the last season on loan at Fortuna Düsseldorf, also at 2.Bundesliga. The director of the club, David Weir, said that the player enjoyed his time in Germany. “This move gives him the option of regular senior football. We wish him the best of luck for the future”, he said to the club website.