Despite countless reports suggesting otherwise, Kepa Arrizabalaga apparently still sees his future at Chelsea.
Kepa arrived at Athletic Bilbao's Stamford Bridge in August 2018, and the £ 71m transfer broke the world goalkeeper record set by Liverpool's acquisition of Alisson Becker from AS Roma just a month earlier. However, Spanish time in the English capital was a little turbulent. He not only had problems with Maurizio Sarri in 2018/19, but also with Frank Lampard, who finally left him this season in favor of Willy Caballero, 38.
All signs point to a possible exit this summer, and several high-level goalkeepers have been linked to Chelsea recently – mainly Marc-Andre ter Stegen of Barcelona and Andre Onana of Ajax. But Lampard recently dismissed those claims and now Kepa himself has made clear his goal of winning trophies with Chelsea.
The 25-year-old told Marca that he is very happy to work with Lampard and that he wants to win everything with Chelsea, in addition to his national team.