Chelsea are not doing so well as it looked earlier in the season that they might. After a poor run of results, the Blues now have lost eight Premier League matches before January even ended, which is as many matches as they have lost in the previous campaign under Maurizio Sarri. At the heart of issues of Frank Lampard’s side is not just one problem, but one of those that has been obvious is Kepa Arrizabalaga.
The Spanish goalkeeper has been paid almost 80 million euros to join from Athletic Bilbao and this season his performances have been far from good. His shot-stopping has been letting him down and the opponents have been scoring goals with ease. That is why now Chelsea are, according to The Times, looking to potentially replace Kepa with one of the domestic goalkeepers. The two names mentioned in the conversation are Burnley’s Nick Pope and Man United’s Dean Henderson.
The latter of the two is on loan at Sheffield United and both goalkeepers are having much better seasons than Kepa is right now.
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