‘Even Kayser is too expensive…’ Pochettino’s next choice was ‘shooting at the opposition bench’ character controversy MF

Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino has found an alternative to Moises Queicedo.

On July 7 (KST), Chelsea news outlet PYS covered Paredes’ transfer to Chelsea. They quoted British journalist Jacob Steinberg of The Guardian, who said, “Pochettino is very fond of Paredes”.

On April 4 (KST), the Evening Standard also reported that “Chelsea are interested in Paredes, who has been with Pochettino. He is in the final year of his contract and a reasonable transfer fee would be attractive to the Blues.”

Paredes is a 29-year-old midfielder born in 1994 who plays for Paris Saint-Germain. He was a controversial figure at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. During the quarterfinals against the Netherlands, he was embroiled in a character controversy after taking a shot at the opposing bench.

However, there is no doubt that Chelsea need him. He’s a versatile player who can cover all areas of the midfield, from the second to the third line. He is also a resource that can change the tone of a game with a single, sure kick. His challenging physicality is also a plus.

Paredes is the Argentine equivalent of Chelsea’s midfield engine, Enzo Fernandez, and the two have shared the field together at international level. He’s a regular in the Chelsea squad, so he’ll have no problem getting along with Enzo.

The reason why Chelsea are targeting Paredes is because they can’t afford to lose Caicedo. The Blues have been trying to sign him all summer. He, too, wanted to move to Chelsea. When Chelsea realized he was interested, they quickly agreed to personal terms with him.

The problem was that negotiating a transfer fee with Kaysedo’s club, Brighton, was very difficult. The Seagulls compared Kaysedo to Declan Rice, who joined Arsenal from West Ham this summer. Rice had a transfer fee of £150 million.

Brighton’s position is simple. They want the same transfer fee as Rice. Chelsea are understandably reluctant. Caicedo doesn’t yet have the Premier League experience that Rice has, and he’s not even English. All he’s done is show some good form over the past year, but he’s too expensive, according to Chelsea.

In the end, Chelsea made several attempts to sign him but couldn’t overcome Brighton’s ‘unbreakable spirit’. Pochettino quickly moved on. After exploring his options, Pochettino’s eyes were drawn to Paredes, a player he had coached and who was of the same nationality 메이저사이트.

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