The transfer decision Frank Lampard must make to help solve Chelsea’s Kepa Arrizabalaga dilemma

Kepa Arrizabalaga once again came in for plenty of criticism in Chelsea’s 5-3 defeat at Liverpool on Wednesday evening.

The Spaniard has not had a good season and questions were once again asked of him following his showing at Anfield.

While there was very little he could do about Naby Keita’s first-half thunderbolt, some believed that he should have done much better as Trent Alexander-Arnold’s free-kick found the net 15 minutes later.

In the second half there was also a moment when he left a free-kick run across the six-yard box that Virgil van Dijk should have done much better with.

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Failing to live up to his price tag since becoming the world’s most expensive goalkeeper two summers ago, reports have suggested that Chelsea could look to replace him by splashing the cash on Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak.

So does Frank Lampard need to bring in a new goalkeeper this summer to help solve his defensive woes after conceding 54 league goals?

Speaking to in an exclusive interview, BT Sport pundit Jermaine Jenas said: “I personally wouldn’t. I personally look at the Chelsea defence and I think they are all over the place in terms of their personnel or the way they play.

“They haven’t got a leader at the back. You’ve got one individual that you can look at and go ‘he’s the man back there’. I think Rudiger is trying to be that guy, but he’s always trying to play the hardman and the strongman and giving away stupid free-kicks and fouls.

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“Chelsea haven’t got that as they’re all at a similar level. Rudiger, Zouma, Christensen or Azpilicueta are all pretty…