Latest Chelsea transfer rumours: Kepa decision, Declan Rice to sign deal, Ziyech admission

Chelsea are back in Premier League action this weekend, as their players recover from the goalless draw with Sevilla on Tuesday night.

The Blues were held at home in their opening Champions League group stage match, and will travel to Manchester United on Saturday evening.

Frank Lampard’s side will have all their attention on the game at Old Trafford now, but behind the scenes, there is bound to be plenty of transfer business going on.

Here are the latest Chelsea transfer rumours.

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Chelsea willing to let Kepa leave

Chelsea are willing to let goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga leave the club on loan in January, according to Estadio Deportivo .

The Spanish outlet are reporting that Sevilla are considering a move for the Blues shot-stopper, who has fallen out of favour this season.

Frank Lampard signed Edouard Mendy in the summer, and his new goalkeeper has started three of the last four games in all competitions.

Kepa Arrizabalaga warms up for Chelsea.
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Kepa signed for Chelsea in the summer of 2018 for a world record fee of £71m – the most spent on a ‘keeper.

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Blues target set to sign lucrative deal

West Ham United midfielder, and Chelsea-linked Declan Rice, is set to sign a new lucrative deal with the Hammers.

There have been various reports that David Moyes’ side want to fend off the Blues’ Rice interest with a new contract, and now it looks like it’s closer to happening.

That’s according to Express Sport, who are reporting that despite Lampard wanting the England international to play in a back-three at Stamford Bridge, his future may be with West Ham at the moment.

Declan Rice was heavily linked with Chelsea in the window just gone
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