Juventus is considering making a move for Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.
Kepa struggled for minutes at Chelsea, especially since the arrival of Edward Mendy. The London club broke the record for a goalkeeper when they signed him less than four years ago, costing the club £ 71 million, according to BBC Sport.
Now, Juventus are interested in trying to reignite Kepa’s career, as they look for improvement in their current group of goalkeepers, according to Fichajes.
Juventus hope to restore Kepa’s form, for which Chelsea paid the astronomical fees they paid for. There is no doubt that there is an excellent goalkeeper there, but the poor level and lack of confidence made him fall in the penalty order.
Chelsea may have to cut their losses on Kepa, as it will be very difficult to recover the majority of the transfer fee they paid for him. Since signing, his form has only started to deteriorate, and we have only seen small glimpses of the ability expected of him when he signed.
Frank Lampard made the decision to bring in a goalkeeper for rival Kepa, and it looks like it has paid off.