Newcastle United Keeping Tabs on Ecuadorian Midfielder: Fabrizio Romano

Moises Caicedo

Newcastle United are among the teams looking to make a move for Moises Caicedo, according to Fabrizio Romano. The month of January could see the Tyneside club fork out big money for a third transfer window running, following the takeover by a Saudi-led consortium.

Newcastle Interested in Brighton’s Moises Caicedo


The Magpies’ Premier League Season Thus Far

Newcastle are currently third in the Premier League table, nine points behind leaders Arsenal, with an extra game played. A finish in the top four would be their best result in 20 years, having finished third in 2003 under the managerial reign of Sir Bobby Robson. Given their position in the league at the same time last season, this would be a monumental achievement.

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Despite their recent success, the Magpies are looking to further strengthen their squad. After they acquired high profile players like Alexander Isak and Sven Botman in the summer, they are looking at some midfield reinforcements. Moises Caicedo is one name fans of Newcastle would love to see being linked with the club.

Newcastle Face Competition in Their Bid to Sign Moises Caicedo

Many Premier League giants are looking to add the 21-year-old midfielder to their squad. Despite their talks with Benfica to sign Enzo Fernandez, Chelsea are reportedly interested in the Ecuadorian international. Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United are also said to be monitoring the Brighton man’s progress.

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Romano further adds that Brighton are keen on keeping Caicedo, at least until the end of the season, although a January move for the midfielder cannot be ruled out should a tempting offer be made by one of the potential suitors. The Magpies certainly have the financial strength to make a bid to sign the World Cup star. However, it remains to be seen where his future lies.