Frank Lampard once again decided to start veteran backup goalkeeper Willy Caballero over the clubs most expensive signing Kepa Arrizabalaga in a high profile match last night.
Chelsea lost to Arsenal in the FA Cup Final and Kepa sat on the bench once again.
This really does say it all regarding the Spanish international’s Chelsea future, and it is hard to see any other outcome than him being sold, loaned out, or dropping to a very expensive second choice keeper.
Chelsea have been linked with a number of potential replacements, and one name that keeps popping up is Burnley’s number one stopper, Nick Pope.
The England international is reportedly keen on joining Chelsea, who are readying a £50 million offer for him, according to The Daily Star.
Pope being keen on a move would help Chelsea in any pursuit of him, with his club obviously wanting to keep hold of one of their best players.