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Caicedo Set For Medical After Chelsea Agree British-Record Transfer Fee

Brighton midfielder, Moises Caicedo, will have medical checks on Monday morning ahead of completing his British transfer record £115m move to Chelsea.

Chelsea will pay £100m upfront plus £15m in performance-related add-ons.

Report according to Sky Sports, the Seagulls have a significant sell-on inserted into the agreement.

Caicedo, who also attracted interest from Liverpool, will then sign a contract for eight years plus the option of a further 12 months.

It would be recalled that Brighton bought Caicedo in 2021 for £4.5m from Independiente del Valle.

(CDA NEWS)
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