The future of Kepa Arisabalaga is certainly not related to Chelsea. The Spaniard has lost all confidence in himself, and Stamford Bridge is already looking for a replacement to succeed him at the door of the London team.
In the eyes of Frank Lampard, this is Nick Pope – English goalkeeper №1 in the Premier League this season.
The 28-year-old Burnley guard fought until the end for the “Golden Glove” in the English elite, but lost it at the expense of Ederson from Manchester City. Pope kept 15 dry nets in 38 games, improving his record from 12 to 35 games in the 2017/2018 season.
Having established himself as one of the best goalkeepers in the league, Pope will not be cheap for Chelsea. According to the Daily Star, its price will be at least 50 million pounds, which is fading against the amount of 71 million that the citizens of Sofia paid to Athletic (Bilbao) for Kepa.