Manchester United could be getting a participant who’s ‘already greater than’ N’Golo Kante in the event that they safe the signing of South American wonderkid Moises Caicedo.
The 19-year-old is already a full Ecuador worldwide and has been in comparison with the Chelsea midfielder for his type of play.
Though industrious within the engine room, Caicedo provides lots going ahead as properly and has scored six occasions from 31 appearances for membership aspect Independiente.
He made his worldwide debut in October and South American soccer knowledgeable Tim Vickery feels as if the Ecuadorian is prepared for the problem of the Premier League – if Man United beat Chelsea to a transfer.
“I’m an enormous fan,” Vickery informed Hawksbee and Jacobs. “And a number of the youngsters that Europeans now need from South America are being purchased on promise.
“This fella is already a actuality and he has simply taken all the things in his stride; he has simply stepped as much as a reasonably good first staff in Ecuador, he stepped as much as worldwide soccer with the Ecuador nationwide staff who’re flying.
“He’s the primary participant born within the 21st century to attain a purpose in South American World Cup qualification and he’s an all-rounder.
“A 12 months in the past, he was speaking about Kante of Chelsea being his position mannequin and he’s already greater than that.
“In say, a 4-2-3-1, he’s like that second man in that line of two so he can defend, however he also can bomb ahead. He’s timing his runs very properly, he’s cool in possession and he appears to have the whole thing.
“I believe he is an excellent, great signing.”
Independiente boss Santiago Morales is resigned to shedding the starlet, however hopes the state of affairs is resolved with expedience.
“There may be one other membership curious about England and likewise a staff from the 5 prime leagues in Europe,” Morales informed Machdeportes.
“We have now two robust groups from Europe curious about him, with out reaching any understanding but. However we hope their negotiation shall be immediate.”