Chelsea is about to formally express interest in Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo

If a deal can be reached between the teams, it is believed that Chelsea is receiving encouragement that the player would join, with personal terms not anticipated to be an issue.

Caicedo, a 21-year-old international from Ecuador, turned down interest from Chelsea in January in favor of agreeing to a new contract with Brighton, where he helped the club achieve European qualification for the first time in its history and finish sixth in the Premier League.

Romeo Lavia, a midfielder for Southampton who has been linked to both Liverpool and Arsenal this summer, is also under consideration by Chelsea, according to a source who spoke to Sky Sports News.

Inter is pursuing a deal for Lukaku.
The negotiations to bring Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea to Inter Milan are still ongoing.

The Chelsea position has not changed, and they have no We do not intend to let the 30-year-old international from Belgium leave on a simple loan.

Lukaku, who spent last season on loan at the Champions League finalists, wants to return to the San Siro, and Inter are rumored to favor a loan with an obligation to buy.

Milan is preparing to trade Pulisic.

Christian Pulisic, a forward for Chelsea, is still subject to negotiations with AC Milan.

Although no formal offer has been made, it is believed that Pulisic would prefer a move to Milan over Lyon.

The 24-year-old American international is the subject of a €25 million offer from Lyon.

Azpilicueta close to leaving Chelsea

Cesar Azpilicueta's contract's final year is about to be mutually terminated, according to Chelsea.

When he becomes a free agent, the 33-year-old is likely to sign with Atletico Madrid.

Excellent negotiations have taken place between the club and the player, who led Chelsea to their second Champions League title in 2021.

Who will be moving this summer when the transfer window begins on June 14 and closes at midnight in Scotland and 11pm in England on September 1?

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