KEOWN: THIS FREE SIGNING IS A BETTER GOALKEEPER THAN CHELSEA’S £71.6MILLION GOALKEEPER ARRIZABALAGA

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According to former Premier League defender Martin Keown, Wolves goalkeeper Rui Patricio is a better goalkeeper than Chelsea’s Kepa Arrizabalaga.

Patricio joined Wolves on a free transfer this summer.

“The main reason Wolves earned their point against Manchester City was Rui Patricio,” Keown said, according to Daily Mail.

“He pulled off two world class saves and when you can bring in a player of that quality, you get results you could only have dreamed of.

“It is remarkable that Wolves could sign Rui Patricio on a free. I would argue he is a better goalkeeper than Kepa Arrizabalaga, who cost Chelsea a world-record £71.6million.

“In an age when full backs and goalkeepers cost more than centre forwards, Wolves pulled off an amazing piece of business.”

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9 Comments on "KEOWN: THIS FREE SIGNING IS A BETTER GOALKEEPER THAN CHELSEA’S £71.6MILLION GOALKEEPER ARRIZABALAGA"

  1. He could be good if he joined us

  2. Whatever we loved keeper

  3. That’s just but your opinion,we son blame you

  4. you keown deal with your family rui ;he is at prime age 30 while kepa is 23 leave Chelsea alone

  5. we love him …. just leave our kepa alone…..

  6. I love chelsea n for whatever reason i dont talk about players in another club

  7. Keown, why are you bringing this up

  8. Those money was not your’s keep a side

  9. Stephen Ukpong | September 5, 2018 at 2:04 pm |

    keown must be suffering from inferiority complex . As a former defender he has clearly shown that viewed himself as a second player both in the Arsenal and England teams, if not why is he questioning the value of today’s defenders and goalkeepers? What would be the worth of a team that scores 2 and concedes 4?

    As for his comparison of the goalkeepers time will tell, even though his comparison is both simplistic and irrational.

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