One of the big talking points at Chelsea over the course of the 2019/20 season has been the goalkeeper position.
Kepa Arrizabalaga has been the number one for the majority of the campaign, with his back-up being Willy Caballero and youngster Jamie Cumming as the third-choice stopper.
But could that be the same next season?
Here’s a look at what could happen in a vital role for the Blues over the summer when the transfer window does eventually open.
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The number one spot
There has been a big question mark over the course of the season over Kepa and whether or not he should remain first choice.
The 25-year-old has not had the best campaign, with some big, high profile mistakes over the course of the season.
He was then dropped for Willy Caballero in the Premier League and for the first leg of the Champions League last 16 against Bayern Munich.
Kepa showed his class when brought back into the starting line up against Liverpool in the FA Cup, before getting another clean sheet against Everton before the season was suspended.
Chelsea during the break
But what will happen to him in the future?
The Spaniard has not fully won the trust back of the head coach, and football.london understands Frank Lampard could look elsewhere for a new number one.
However, there is no guarantee that the Blues will be able to get one this summer who is ready to walk into the starting XI.
Andre Onana has been looked at by the club, and could be one of the options to be the new goalkeeper in west London.
It was a bit of a surprise that Willy Caballero was brought into the first team to replace Kepa, despite the lack of form.
The 38-year-old played in four Premier League matches, with another appearance in the Champions League.
However, with only a 56% of shots saved in the league, it…