Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga has found himself under some serious scrutiny this season as doubts start to raise over whether he is good enough to be the Chelsea number one.
The Spanish international has come under some hard questioning from supporters and pundits alike, and reports are circulating that his manager Frank Lampard also has concerns whether he is good enough to be the long term Chelsea goalkeeper.
This is according to a report from The Times, who state that Chelsea are already starting to scout potential replacements for the summer.
They state Burnley’s Nick Pope as one option being explored, as well as Sheffield United goalkeeper Dean Henderson.
The 22-year old goalkeeper is currently on loan at Sheffield United and receiving great plaudits for his performances in the Premier League.
He will turn 23 in March, and will probably be looking to sort out his long term future and where he will be playing, so it could be a do-able pursuit for Chelsea.