Chelsea have already have completed the signing of Ajax star Hakim Ziyech and RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner, but the Blues boss Frank Lampard still want to add two to three more players, as he bid to challenge Liverpool and Manchester City for the title next season.
Chelsea have been linked with several talented players which includes Jan Oblak, Ben Chilwell and Kai Havertz this summer and recent reports suggest the Blues boss Frank Lampard want Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak to replace Kepa, as he's determined and looking forward to do away with underperforming goalkeeper Kepa this summer.
And according to Goal, Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is looking for a way out to complete the transfer for the world class goalkeeper, with the Spanish side not willing to lower is €120m (£109m) valuation.
While the only option for the Blues is to sell Kepa, but Valencia only want him on loan and that will only get Chelsea off his wages, which is not helpful for the Blues, with Chelsea boss Frank Lampard willing to sell the goalkeeper this summer to fund Oblak transfer.
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