According to the 'Mirror', Frank Lampard has decided to sell Kepa Arrizabalaga next summer. The Spanish stopper has been criticised for a series of errors which have cost his team value points throughout this season.
The 25-year-old was signed by Maurizio Sarri and cost €80m, making him the most expensive goalkeeper in history. He's only managed five clean sheets in his 24 league matches this season. In Europe, it's a similar story: one clean sheet in six matches.
Lampard is looking at Burnley's Nick Pope and another Spaniard, Vicente Huaita, who is currently at Crystal Palace.
Willy Caballero was chosen in goal for the match against Leicester City but also failed to impress. It remains to be seen whether the Argentine remains in goal for the upcoming contest with Manchester United on Monday.