Graham Potter, the newly appointed Chelsea manager, might go back to Brighton & Hove Albion to bolster his new team. Potter is reportedly interested in bringing Leandro Trossard and Moises Caicedo to Stamford Bridge during the upcoming transfer window, according to Fichajes via Caught Offside.

After Thomas Tuchel was fired, Graham Potter was named the new manager of Chelsea. The Blues’ UEFA Champions League match against Dinamo Zagreb ended in a 1-0 loss for the German tactician, who was fired.

The appointment of Graham Potter as the new manager was made without delay, and the Englishman is currently looking for ways to improve his team. The aforementioned source claims that Potter plans to target Caicedo and Trossard during the forthcoming transfer window.

Numerous Premier League teams showed interest in Moises Caicedo during the recently ended summer transfer window. Before Liverpool acquired Arthur Melo on loan from Juventus, the move of the Ecuadorian international was rumored.

Caicedo, who is only 20 years old, has Premier League experience that has been demonstrated. In Brighton’s 5-2 victory over Leicester City, which was Potter’s final game in command, the midfielder scored a goal.

Chelsea’s aging midfield will need to be replaced sooner rather than later. Jorginho and N’Golo Kante are both past their prime in terms of age.

Another player who has been connected to a move to Stamford Bridge is Leandro Trossard. The left winger or even left wing-back for Belgium is a versatile player that can play both positions.

Under Graham Potter, Trossard was one of Brighton’s most impressive players. Under the former Swansea City manager, the 27-year-old Belgian made six Premier League appearances this season, contributing two goals and two assists.

It is important to note that Chelsea may find it more simpler to sign Leandro Trossard in the January transfer window or the following summer. Trossard is now in the last year of his Brighton contract. The Belgian might thus be made available at a significantly lower cost on a free transfer the following summer.

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