The decision, taken by Frank Lampard, to drop Kepa Arrizabalaga and play Willy Caballero in our last Premier League game, could have ramifications for the young Spanish keeper come to the end of the season.
Kepa, considering the huge fee Chelsea paid for his services, hasn’t had the best of seasons and there are doubts, among the support, that the Spaniard isn’t the top-notch keeper we all hoped he’d be.
Today, lurking on in the pages of Caught Offside is the inference that Chelsea are not only on the lookout to bring in a goalkeeper in the summer transfer window but have identified exactly who they want.
Furthermore, the inference is also given that the target is set to ignore overtures from Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain to sign on the dotted line for Chelsea.
So, who is the keeper in question?
Apparently, it is the young Ajax keeper Andre Onana, a 23-year-old who also occupies the place between the sticks for Cameroon.
A transfer fee of £34 million is also mentioned but our big question relating to the topic is:
Should Chelsea Look To Replace Kepa This Summer?
My thoughts are that Chelsea need another keeper whether Kepa remains first-choice or not with Caballero not getting any younger.
But what are your views on the above subject matter?
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