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Kepa Arrizabalaga seemed to show prospect after sealing a £71.6m move from Athletic Bilbao to Chelsea as a 23-year-old.
Kepa is in his second season in the Premier League, and there are already talks that the Blues will go for another goalkeeper at the end of the season, after Kepa’s mistakes this term.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard dropped the Spaniard for Chelsea’s weekend clash against Leicester City, as Willy Caballero was preferred in goal for the first time in the Premier League this season.
Meanwhile, former Chelsea striker Chris Sutton has reacted to news that the Blues are keen on signing a new goalkeeper, and he said that it doesn’t matter how much the Blues spent on Kepa, if he isn’t good enough then he should be rid off.
Sutton even said that Lampard wasted time in dropping Kepa to the bench.
“It doesn’t matter how much they’ve spent, if he’s not good enough he’s not good enough,” Sutton told BBC Radio 5 Live Sport.
“Frank [Lampard] will be judging him through training all week, he’ll be getting advice from the goalkeeper coach. I think dropping him has come quite lately really he should have been dropped earlier on in the season.”