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Liverpool Reportedly Considering Move for Moises Caicedo If Henderson and Fabinho Depart for Saudi Arabia



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Liverpool could be considering a move for Brighton’s Moises Caicedo, according to reports, as they face the possibility of losing both Jordan Henderson and Fabinho to Saudi Arabian clubs. The Reds captain is rumored to be on the verge of accepting an offer from Al-Ettifaq, where he would play under former Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard and earn a whopping £700,000-a-week. Meanwhile, Al-Ittihad are reportedly planning to make a formal approach for Fabinho, with a view to making a £40million bid for the Brazilian.



If both players do leave, it would leave Liverpool short in midfield, despite the recent signings of Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai. As a result, talkSPORT has suggested that Liverpool could be considering a move for Moises Caicedo, who is highly sought-after in the Premier League this summer. The Ecuadorian is valued at £100million by Brighton, but Chelsea are currently leading the race to sign him, with Mauricio Pochettino’s Paris Saint-Germain also reportedly interested.



Caicedo recently admitted that he is eager to join Chelsea, describing them as a “beautiful team” and saying that he “couldn’t say no” to them. However, he also seemed relaxed about his future, saying that he knows how to handle the attention on his situation. “It’s a very great emotion. What guy wouldn’t want them to be talking about him?”, he told La Cancha Con Majo. “I am waiting for whatever God decides. He will know what is best for me.”



Liverpool fans will undoubtedly be hoping that Henderson and Fabinho remain at the club, but if they do leave, the prospect of signing a player as highly-rated as Moises Caicedo could certainly soften the blow. Klopp has already shown his willingness to invest in young talent, and Caicedo, at just 19 years old, could be seen as a long-term replacement for Henderson, who turned 31 earlier this year. Of course, with Chelsea and PSG also interested, Liverpool will face stiff competition if they do decide to make a move for the Ecuadorian, but they have shown in the past that they are not afraid to spend big if they believe a player is worth it.

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