"No More Kepa in Goal"- Fans Reacts To The Training Photos Of Chelsea's Newest Goalkeeper
Chelsea FC latest signing Edouard Mendy (A GK) has trained for first time at cobham on Friday after he had sealed his move to the west London side this week.
Fans on twitter reacted to the pictures in which they suggested that Chelsea has finally secured a breakthrough on the goal Keeper issues.
Meanwhile mendy will have to compete with Kepa Arrizabalaga and Willy Caballero for the starting spot this season although it's obvious that the Senegalese is the favourite to start every tangible matches.
Lampard has ruled out Mendy out of the game against West Brom this Saturday but it seems he's going to include him in the Squad to face Spurs next week for the Carabao cup fourth round.
However below are the pictures of Edouard Mendy at Chelsea Training Center;
Nonetheless the attention of the rest of the team will be focused on their match at Hawthorns stadium.
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