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    Kepa set for a loan move to Spain

    There has been a lot of talk about what will happen with Kepa Arrizabalaga and his place at Chelsea. The Blues seem eager to find themselves a new goalkeeper, after the Spaniard’s form this season has been really poor and it all points out to the fact that Frank Lampard is not satisfied with former Athletic Club goalkeeper.

    That is why the Blues have been often linked with other goalkeepers, including Andre Onana from Ajax, but now, for the first time, we know more clearly where Kepa could go in the case of Chelsea finding a new keeper. According to the Sun, Arrizabalaga could go out on loan next season, with Sevilla being the frontrunners to get the 25-year-old goalkeeper.

    Lampard’s frustration with Kepa could speed things up and Chelsea could be so eager to see the Spaniard leave on loan that they might even pay some part of his wages. Arrizabalaga reportedly earns around 150k pounds per week at Stamford Bridge.

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