Moises Caicedo has revealed that a conversation with his Chelsea teammates led him to choose the Blues over Liverpool.Chelsea had been linked with Caicedo for several months, but Liverpool unexpectedly made an offer of £110 million, which Brighton accepted.
However, Caicedo refused to enter into negotiations with the Reds as the midfielder and his agent decided that London was their preferred destination.Instead, he moved to Chelsea in a deal worth £115m, the richest in English history, and revealed that his midfield partner helped him make the move.Caicedo and Enzo Fernandes revealed in a big interview with Sky Sports that they held discussions before the transfer was officially announced.
The Argentine World Cup winner said: “I called and told him that Chelsea are a great and ambitious club and I had to accept him.”“Thank God for giving me the chance to play.” “We all know what a great player he is, but he’s also a great human being, so we’re grateful that he chose Chelsea.”Caicedo Recalling the conversation, he said, It means the fact that the world champion called you one of the best midfielders in the world.“The phone call was great, and it convinced me to come here.“He said it was a great club, there were a lot of young players, there was a sense of unity here.”“I always enjoy the team’s cohesiveness, because I think with this cohesiveness we can handle anything, any situation, any pressure.”
That’s what motivated me to come here.”Now I enjoy playing next to him, even during training in Londos.” We are always together. That’s why I’m very happy, and, as Enzo said, I’m trying to improve things every day to set a good example for everyone at the club.”Todd Boley’s arrival returns us to the top of the domestic league. I’m having a hard time. Chelsea, who finished in the bottom half of the table last year, have won only four of their 11 Premier League games this season and remain in 10th place in the table.Chelsea enjoyed a 4-1 win on Monday in Mauricio Pochettino’s return to Tottenham and face a tough test against Manchester City on Sunday.