CHELSEA DROPPED THE MOST EXPENSIVE GOALKEEPER KEPA ARRIZABALAGA

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CHELSEA DROPPED THE MOST EXPENSIVE GOALKEEPER KEPA ARRIZABALAGA
CHELSEA DROPPED THE MOST EXPENSIVE GOALKEEPER KEPA ARRIZABALAGA

Chelsea is all set to perform in its important Premier League clash with the Wolves. Chelsea had the most expensive goal in their team but now Willy Caballero has been selected as the new goalkeeper for the team replacing Kepa Arrizabalaga. 

The Blues are focused to be sure of Champions League football next season. Kepa was in a poor form recently and the most recent error was allowing Newcastle to score a 94th-minute winner which lead to cost the Blues a lot.

Frank Lampard told about dropping Kepa that he is having some difficult time so they have chosen Willy Caballero. Lampard also said that it is a very difficult decision to drop the world’s most expensive goalkeeper but it was needed after a series of high-profile errors. Lampard said that he trusts both of them but for now this is the decision and opened that he is not affected by the criticism from the outside.

 Lampard added that he is doing all this for the team and Kepa will be honest about his recent mistakes. Lampard now decided to come back with the experienced Willy Caballero with action

CHELSEA DROPPED THE MOST EXPENSIVE GOALKEEPER KEPA ARRIZABALAGA
CHELSEA DROPPED THE MOST EXPENSIVE GOALKEEPER KEPA ARRIZABALAGA

However, Kepa has always been on the headlines after moving to London. 

Kepa responded well for being dropped saying that it is a part of football. Kepa has been there in 33 Premier League this season but as of now, he is not a part of Chelsea for the upcoming matches. Kepa also faced increasing fire from supporters after being run of form.

Some fans are bit upset after this news but after the positive response from Kepa, they also understand the decision and are supporting the team for further matches. So stay tuned with us for more updates about the game and keep reading.

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