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Tyler Adams of Leeds United appears to be on his way to Bournemouth after a failed transfer to Chelsea and rumours of a Liverpool interest. Reliable reports say that Bournemouth have met the £20 million release clause, placing them in an ideal position to complete the transaction.

Adams would become the 11th member of the Leeds squad that was relegated from the Premier League last season to leave.

The 21-year-old US national team captain joined Leeds from the German club RB Leipzig in 2022 for about £20 million.

He has four years left on his contract with Leeds.

However, the Midlands club’s relegation has activated a £20 million release clause in his deal.

A few days ago, there was a lot of excitement about Adams’ probable transfer to Chelsea because the Blues activated his £20 million relegation release clause.

However, the West London club abruptly backed out of the agreement and turned their focus on Moises Caicedo, acquiring him for an astounding £115 million, shattering British transfer records.

Liverpool gave up trying to sign Caicedo from Brighton & Hove Albion and their pursuit of Adams also has failed to produce any results.

Moises Caicedo, a newcomer to Chelsea, suggests that he rejected Liverpool.

The Blues’ incredible achievement of signing Caicedo for a staggering £115 million has broken the British transfer record for the second time in a row. Chelsea, however, had to fight hard with Liverpool throughout the process to make this spectacular move; it was no easy task.

Surprisingly, the Reds had reached a $111 million deal with Brighton only to be floored when Caicedo made it abundantly clear that he had his heart set on a transfer to the legendary Stamford Bridge.

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Caicedo and Fernandez, two high-profile additions to the Blues midfield, have already made a significant impact on the pitch. The focus now switches to Lavia, who, according to The Athletic, neatly chose Chelsea over Liverpool and is poised to make his imprint with the Blues after signing a deal worth about £50 million with add-ons. Under Pochettino’s leadership, Chelsea’s dynamic midfield shift is best exemplified by these strategic changes.

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