Kepa's time at Chelsea is running out
The goalkeeper has conceded goals believed to have been saved hence Lampard's decision to bench him in the FA Cup final.
Kepa Arrizabalaga's time at Stamford Bridge seems finished after a demanding season for the World’s expensive goalkeeper.
Assistant goalkeeper, Willy Caballero is set to be in post against Arsenal on Friday, August 1, 2020, reports the Sun as Lampard’s interest in the 25-year old seem to have grown cold due to the rate at which he concedes.
The Chelsea shot-stopper have kept 22 clean sheets in 69 appearances since his £71m signing in 2018. Eight clean sheets were kept in 33 features for the Blues as Lampard’s side conceded 54 goals, more than any top half. which earned them a threatening top-four finish to compete in Europe next season.
Chelsea have already been linked Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak and Manchester United’s Dean Henderson as possible replacements for the Spaniard yet none of the deal seems to have materialized after the Spanish club refuted claims that Oblak is not for sale this summer.
Dean Henderson’s future at Old Trafford seems uncertain following speculations linking United to a goalkeeper due to De Gea’s costly errors in the post. The young English keeper considers it’s time to be given a chance at Manchester United yet Ole Gunnar Solskjaer feels he needs more time to develop away as his future hangs in the balance.