Kepa Arrizabalaga will soon decide his future at Chelsea soon than expected. The Spaniard was Chelsea’s first goal keeper until Edouard Mendy joined the club.
His future remains the subject of speculation at the end of a season in which made just 4 premier league appearances.
On the future of Kepa, Tuchel has said that the Spaniard has been frustrated at his lack of game time.
“I know that we are very privileged to have Edou and Kepa in our squad but I also know for sure that Kepa is not happy about the situation because he deserved to play more and he can be a very strong number one. He arrived as a number one so the situation is not easy. He has been a fantastic team player since day one and never let anybody down”
“We did not have a conversation yet but I know that the goalkeeper coaches have these conversations at the moment and then we will take our time to speak with him and reflect on what’s best and what the possibilities are. As a coach, of course I’m super happy to have both strong goalkeepers so let’s see.”
Chelsea are in a two horse race to sign an additional goalkeeper to boost the squad. This heightens Kepa’s chances of leaving the club this summer.