Brighton CEO Paul Barber has revealed his surprise that Moises Caicedo turned down Liverpool in order to move to Chelsea this summer.
Arsenal made a bid worth “half the player” for Moises Caicedo in the winter transfer window, Brighton chief executive Paul Barber has said.
Brighton chief executive Paul Barber admits the situation surrounding Billy Gilmour after Graham Potter left for Chelsea is “far from ideal”.
Barber says there is a “huge amount of interest” in the Brighton job but insists he is ‘not rushing’ to appoint a new boss.
Brighton chief executive Paul Barber thinks the FA should ‘take appropriate action’ against the Big Six.
Graham Potter is not too pleased with the idea of Premier League clubs being able to make five subs.