Brighton & Hove Albion are reportedly the latest English club to join the race for Brazilian winger Jonathan Cafu.
According to Portuguese newspaper O Jogo, Sporting, who are also interested in the player, had to postpone a meeting with his agent because Brighton are talking to him this week.
This Wednesday, it was Leicester City who were linked to the club once again, as newspaper Record said they should go back to try to sign him in the summer.
There’s obviously a big race for Cafu going on, and as revealed by Sport Witness earlier this year, other clubs such as Crystal Palace and Stoke City have held talks for the player as well.
Ludogorets are believed to be demanding €8m for the transfer, something the Premier League sides weren’t capable of offering during the January market.
Could Brighton be the club to land Cafu after getting promotion? It doesn’t sound impossible.