Kepa gets space to join up with Maurizio Sarri, the man who brought the goalkeeper to Chelsea in the first place.
Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa’s future at Stamford Bridge is uncertain. Updates of his exit are growing as he reached the latter stages of his mega-contract.
He is looking at the good fee which might be not acceptable for the club for the future perspective.
Two more recent events have also sparked this debate. First is Kepa’s strong run of form through the New Year as Edouard Mendy was involved in the Africa Cup of Nations.
The second event is – according to Lazio News, Lazio’s first-choice goalkeeper Tomas Strakosha will leave the club this summer when his contract expires.
Now, these two things give Kepa a clear approach to deal with. He gets space to join up with Maurizio Sarri, the man who brought the goalkeeper to Chelsea in the first place.
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