Chelsea bid for Kepa's replacement

Chelsea would have put a € 20m offer on the table to Rennes to sign Edouard Mendy, the Senegalese goalkeeper. Kepa could come out on loan.


The divorce between Frank Lampard and Kepa Arrizabalaga seems almost signed and has no settlement. The London club has put an offer of 20 million euros on the table to Rennes to sign Edouard Mendy, a Senegalese goalkeeper. The new strategy of the club, after the great expense that it is making in this transfer market, is to obtain the services of a lower-ranking goalkeeper to complete a team of guarantees that this season can fight for everything, 444 444

According to the Daily Mail, Chelsea would have already launched an offer on Mendy that amounted to around 17 million euros and that was immediately rejected by the French club. This improved offer could be closer to the agreement between Rennes and Chelsea.

The 28-year-old Senegalese international has a contract in force until 2023 and his club is reluctant to sell him since this season they have won a place in Europe. It seems that the idea of going for Oblak has been erased from Stamford Bridge, and the second alternative would be the Donnarumma. What is clear, and it was also clear in the last blues meeting, is that Lampard still does not trust the Spaniard. In the islands they affirm that Kepa could go out on loan to a LaLiga club.

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