Should have gone to Liverpool…The former Chelsea midfielder criticizes the Moises Caicedo’s decisions

Should have gone to Liverpool...The former Chelsea midfielder criticizes the Moises Caicedo's decisions Transfers

Since the end of last season, Liverpool has carried out a major reshuffling of its midfielders, which had been an issue.They were able to acquire Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai early on, but had trouble securing a defensive midfielder.

They made a huge offer for Ecuadorian midfielder Moises Caicedo, a departure from the Belgian midfielder Romero Lavia, whom they had originally set their sights on.

The clubs reached an agreement, but the player decided to move to Chelsea, a club he had long expressed interest in.

Liverpool missed out on both players, but ended up acquiring Japanese midfielder Wataru Endo. Chelsea, on the other hand, has been in a bit of a slump, finishing in the middle of the Premier League table.

Former Chelsea midfielder Craig Burley was bitter about this decision. He said he should have moved to Liverpool or Arsenal, as he was a different figure from his Brighton days.

“At Brighton, he looked like a £100 million player,”

“He was a right player at Brighton, he was. Arsenal wanted him, Chelsea, Liverpool wanted him.”

“Chelsea got him. He should’ve gone to Liverpool or Arsenal, not Chelsea. That’s a different story. He’s made the wrong move at this moment in time, no sign of that changing.”