David Weir, the head of football at Brighton, has responded to the ongoing Moises Caicedo transfer rumors, saying that the team wants the player to be focused on football despite the offers and speculations.
This comes after Brighton last week turned down a rumored £80 million offer from Chelsea for the midfielder.
Weir emphasized Brighton’s position on the subject in his remarks during an interview with Sky Sports.
We haven’t received an adequate offer for Moises, therefore the situation is crystal obvious, according to Weir.
“Moises is one of our players and is a paid employee.
When it comes to what he did for us on the field, he has been terrific.
He has contributed significantly to our achievement, and that is still the case. Although there has been a lot of talk and information in the media, we are actually in a tranquil state of mind.
“Moises is greatly desired here. For us, he has been wonderful. He should stay here longer, please.
But we also take into account how the market operates.
“We know it is not easy for the player,” Weir continued.
“Moises encountered that issue in January, and we’d like to think we were able to assist him. In my opinion, Roberto (De Zerbi) had a crucial role in how Moises was reintegrated into the group.
“He demonstrated his talent on the field, and that is always the best course of action. I believe Moises should get credit for doing it.
Just keep your attention on the football, is the advice to him.