Caicedo is poised to return to Albion's matchday squad for Saturday's home game with Bournemouth after failing to force a move before the transfer deadline. The Seagulls turned down two bids from Premier League leaders Arsenal for the Ecuador international, while Chelsea were also reportedly interested. Having last week expressed his desire to leave the club in an open letter posted on social media, Caicedo was given time off until the closure of the transfer window and missed Sunday's 2-1 FA Cup win over Liverpool.
Enzo Fernandez, Mykhailo Mudryk and Joao Felix are the three new signings included in the squad
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Maxime Crépeau wanted to watch the last minutes of the MLS Cup final during his ride to the hospital, but he couldn't get a stream to work in the ambulance. The Los Angeles FC goalkeeper and his wife gave up and started refreshing a statistical webpage on his phone, his broken right leg becoming increasingly painful as the adrenaline wore off. Crépeau never saw the refresh for the final kick in the championship-deciding penalty shootout because his father had already called hi