Chelsea is still intending to sell the £150,000-a-week player this summer – Despite making significant improvements in training,

Despite making significant improvements in training, Chelsea is still intending to sell the £150,000-a-week player this summer

Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga is expected to be sold this summer.

The Blues, according to ESPN, want to move the £150,000-per-week player at the end of the season.

The London club is thought to be hoping to collect as much as from his £71 million transfer cost, despite his turbulent tenure at Stamford Bridge having harmed his image.

According to the article, Kepa has worked hard in training to enhance his goalkeeping, being more aggressive and front-footed in order to manage his area. If a suitable suitor can be found, the 27-year-old will be shown the departure doors.
In 15 appearances for Chelsea this season, the Spanish shot-stopper has maintained eight clean sheets, although he spends most of his time on the bench as the backup to number one goalkeeper Edouard Mendy.

It seems natural for him to go before the following season. However, a new owner must first conduct a takeover.
Marquee Chelsea’s newcomers
In reality, it hasn’t worked for the Blues when they’ve spent £50 million or more on players.

Individuals are under a lot of strain when they come for huge transfer prices, especially if they’re in a specialty position like a goalkeeper.

Chelsea has made some of its best moves in recent decades by buying players in the mid-range category.

It’ll be interesting to watch how Thomas Tuchel reacts if the future owners hand him a chequebook and tell him to sign a few players in one window.

See also  Chelsea bosses are 'frustrated' after Erling Haaland's move proposal for Lukaku was put on hold

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button