Kepa Arrizabalaga has come under heavy criticism this campaign for his performances in goal for the Stamford Bridge outfit.
“What’s been the positives for the Blues this campaign?” Sutton told Stadium Astro.
“The likes of [Mason] Mount coming to the fore, Tammy Abraham coming to the fore, they’ve now done some good job with [Hakim] Ziyech and [Timo] Werner, so things are looking forward.
“But they require to do some more job as well.
“I think the goalkeeper is a major problem and defensively they’ve conceded more goals this campaign.
“Frank will know that but there’s no point worrying about at this period of time.
“Get over the line, get a top-four spot, you know the riches which come from the Champions League and the money which comes with that, and then he can address all these issues once the campaign finishes.”
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