The Blues are considering letting go of Kepa Arrizabalaga in the summer in pursuit of Burnley’s Nick Pope
Frank Lampard’s Chelsea are considering selling their Spanish goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga this summer, after his poor form this season.
The shot-stopper became the most expensive goalkeeper in 2018 when he moved to Stamford Bridge for 71.6 million pounds from Athletic Club.
But since then, the Spaniard has played 82 times for his side and has dipped consistency in this campaign.
Kepa’s form this year has been contrasting to last season.
The Spain goalkeeper produced 14 clean sheets last season, while he only has 3 to boast about this time around.
Nick Pope, on the other hand, is impressing one and all at Burnley.
Apart from being the number 1 choice at Turf Moor, Pope has also earned 2 caps for England.
With the Blues ‘continuing’ to ponder over a decision to sell the 25-year-old at the end of the season.
Scouts are already working on potential targets, with Burnley’s Pope being the frontrunner to succeed Kepa.