Report: Kepa has accepted his fate that he may never play for Chelsea again

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Chelsea paid a record £71.6m to sign Kepa Arrizabalaga from Athletic Bilbao in 2018, as the Blues signed the Spaniard on a 7-year deal.

Two years into his contract with the club, Kepa may be already on his way out of Stamford Bridge, as Frank Lampard seems fed up with his incessant mistakes.

The world’s most expensive goalkeeper was left out of Chelsea’s clash against Wolves on the season’s final Premier League game, and The Sun now claims that he has resigned to his fate of being offloaded by boss Frank Lampard in the transfer window.

The Sun also claims that he’s not expecting to feature for Chelsea again this season, as the Blues still have the FA Cup final and Champions League clash with Bayern Munich to contend with.

Kepa was dropped for five games in March before winning his place in the team, and he believes he’s being made a scapegoat at the club.

The Blues have been linked with a summer move for a top goalkeeper, and Kepa has resigned to his fate of a likely exit this summer.

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1 Comment on "Report: Kepa has accepted his fate that he may never play for Chelsea again"

  1. Morris Tamba | July 30, 2020 at 10:19 am |

    Despite everything including errors on his part, I strongly believe that the Spaniard should stay around especially for other competitions, ex. Carling Cup, FA Cup, etc. Give him a chance once more and leave room for improvement. There will be a change.

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