Manchester United are prepared to consider a move for Brighton star Moises Caicedo if they can’t sign Mason Mount from Chelsea.

Mount has been identified as the priority midfield target for manager Erik ten Hag, but United are reluctant to overpay for him.
The Red Devils currently value the 24-year-old at £55m which is considerably less than the Blues’ asking price of around £80m.
According to Sky Sport, United are prepared to walk away from a potential deal if the Blues are unwilling to lower their demands.
The Red Devils don’t want to pay over the odds for the Blues graduate, who is about to enter the final year of his contract next month.
In that case, they could turn their attention to Caicedo, who is currently on the radar of Chelsea, Newcastle United and Arsenal.
The South American star has developed into a fantastic midfielder in a short time and could be available for around £80m this summer.

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