Enzo Maresca Opens Talks For Kepa Arrizabalega Return

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Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalega could be back to Chelsea next season, MySportDab reports.

Arrizabalega joined Real Madrid on loan last season. The Los Blancos picked on the prolific shot-stopper after their first-choice goalie Thibaut Courtois sustained an injury and nearly missed the entirety of the season.

Arrizabalega registered an impact on arriving the Santiago Bernabeu. He made 4 Champions League and 14 LaLiga appearances for the club.

However, his fortunes with the club began to nosedive with Carlo Ancelotti opting to bring back Lunin to the sticks in the remaining matches of the season.

New Chelsea manager Enzo Maresca is reportedly interested in working with the Spaniard and is open to having him return to the club.

The £72m signing has a year left on his Chelsea contract and could leave the club when his contract expires.

It is still unclear whether Chelsea will renew Arrizabalega’s contract with the club set to stick with Brentford loanee Roberto Sanchez as the first-choice.

According to reports, Kepa Arrizabalega is open to rejoining the Blues but want to be assured of regular game time.

Maresca reportedly wants to work with the Spaniard but will face a dilemma on who to prefer between the sticks with Roberto Sanchez strongly in contention for the first-choice role.

Meanwhile, Spanish sources report Real Madrid are ready for another season-long loan deal for Kepa Arrizabalega or a free transfer.

While it is yet unclear where the Spaniard will pitch his tent next season, it is understood he is ready to settle anywhere provided he secures a guarantee for regular game time.

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