Straight to the point Lampard and Petr Cech are probably going to be chipping away at the waitlists.
Chelsea will consider marking another goalkeeper in front of the following season regardless of whether Kepa Arrizabalaga remains at Stamford Bridge.
According to The Telegraph's Matt Law, Frank Lampard has offered the Spanish No.1 no certifications past this battle, yet it's a hard assignment to recover the vast majority of a £71.6m charge.
Reports in Spain guess Valencia and Sevilla may be enthused about advancing the attendant, yet Chelsea's favored alternative - Atletico's Jan Oblak - won't be remembered for any arrangement.
Lampard and Petr Cech, who fills in as a guide to Marina Granovskaia, are set to draw up two arrangements of possible targets, contingent upon whether Kepa remains at Chelsea or not.
For this situation, Willy Caballero who has just marked a one-year contract expansion is probably going to drop to No.3 - a significant coherent alternative given that he turns 39 in September.
Prior, Chelsea were connected with various managers, including Ajax's Andre Onana, Burnley's Nick Pope and Man United's Dean Henderson.
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