Kepa RETURN To Chelsea In June CONFIRMED [Full Details]

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Kepa Arrizabalaga is now expected to return to Chelsea after his loan move with Real Madrid, MySportDab reports.

The goalkeeper forced a loan move to Real Madrid early this season which prompted the Blues to bring in new gatekeepers.

Chelsea will have work on their hands when Kepa Arrizabalaga return as they would be forced into making a sale happen and it could lead to more loss in profit.

The Blues made the move for the goalkeeper under Maurizio Sarri which was a record breaking move from Bilbao which since then haven’t been justified.

He did made a lot happen when given the opportunity, but it was barely enough to justify the massive amount spent to bring him to the Premier League.

He was displaced by Mendy who came in and overtake his number one position until injury kicked in and gave Kepa his spot back as number one.

Things did not work so well for the goalkeeper who decided on going go Real Madrid when the offer came in for a loan move.

According to reports reaching us from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed Real Madrid won’t make the move permanent as the goalkeeper will return to Chelsea.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Kepa, set to leave Real Madrid as he will return to Chelsea at the end of loan spell in June.

“Real Madrid want to extend Lunin’s contract and they keep waiting for Courtois back in the summer.

“Kepa, back to Chelsea with decision to be made on his future.

The return won’t be an easy one as no offers are coming in right now and Chelsea would also want to sell at a reasonable price.

Kepa Arrizabalaga will hope to make changes to his situation as the end of his contract is coming with his place in London already occupied.

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