Chelsea appears not to be holding back in this summer transfer window as they aim for a squad rebuild ahead of Premier League next campaign.
Nevertheless, the West London club are considering landing a goalkeeper as coach Frank Lampard seems to not go down well Kepa Arizzabalaga's performances this season, with reports claiming Chelsea may have won the race for another signing this summer.
According to the Daily Express, Chelsea have finally agreed to sign Trapzonspor's goalkeeper Ugurcan Cakir, which they will have to pay around £30million for his signature.
The 24-year old goalkeeper would be in to replace under fire Kepa Arizzabalaga at Stamford Bridge next season.
In other news, Bayer Leverkusen's Kai Haverts has reportedly decided to make a move to Stamford Bridge this summer after making his ambitions known to the Bundesliga club.
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