The summer transfer window is approaching and it does not look like it will be a quiet one of its kind. The English club Chelsea have been active in the transfer market, and have already picked up Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech and are reportedly in dialogue with Bundesliga star Kai Havertz. However, not only players need to be bought.
For a long time there has been a big question mark regarding the London club's goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga. In 2018, Chelsea paid around £71.6 million to bring him to London. The 25-year-old goalkeeper has received a lot of criticism over the course of the season and now suggests he may be heading away from Stamford Bridge.
Kepa has no immediate intentions of leaving Chelsea, where he also has five years left on his current contract. Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is reportedly ready to bring in a new first goalkeeper for the club. Should that happen, then the Spanish goalkeeper, according to the English media The Sun, is ready to go down significantly in salary to find a new club.
Kepa Arrizabalaga switched in 2018 from Athletic Bilbao to Chelsea. Since then, he has helped to win the Europa League in 2019.