Chelsea’s plans for the summer transfer window are very much in full swing already, with a number of publications reporting the clubs alleged plans.
After a disappointing January transfer window, expectations are that Frank Lampard and the Chelsea board will be doing their player recruitment at the end of the season.
Whether this was wise or not is and always will be up for debate, but this is now the reality.
Chelsea fans will be choosing their ideal arrivals from now until the window closes in September, and one position that might need looking at is Goalkeeper.
As widely reported, there are concerns over Kepa Arrizabalaga staying at Chelsea as the long-term number one, and replacements are being talked about.
The Daily Mail are reporting two potential replacements who are on Chelsea’s 13-man shortlist.
Newcastle United goalkeeper Martin Dubravka is one who they believe that Frank Lampard is ‘keeping tabs on.’
The experienced 31-year old has been a regular feature for his national side Slovakia, and is a dominant presence standing at 6ft 3in.
Another is Udinese stopper Juan Musso, who The Blues are also watching as well as Inter.
Musso is 6ft 3in a 25-year old Argentinian international and he has kept 7 clean sheets in 22 appearances for the Serie A side this season.