Chelsea are in the market for goalkeepers if you believe what you read in the gossip columns, and it’s hardly surprising.
First choice Kepa’s form has been so bad that the Spaniard was dropped for last week’s game against Leicester. It remains to be seen whether that was just a one off or whether he will stay on the sidelines.
Either way, his replacement is a 38 year old and that’s not sustainable. Just two summers after bringing in Kepa, the Blues will be back on the goalie market, and this time they seem like they’re after Andre Onana of Ajax in Amsterdam.
VoetbalNiews across the border in Belgium has the report that the stopper has “chosenn” Chelsea for his next team as he starts to outgrow Dutch football.
It’s a very interesting prospect, and we got to see him up close in our two games in the Champions League group stage this season.
He might not be perfect, but he’s likely a step up from Kepa, and may well be pushing for a move.