Jose Mourinho's new club, AS Roma according to transfer news from Mirror sports, has recently disclosed their interest in signing Chelsea star Kepa Arrizabalaga who is totally out of favor under Thomas Tuchel.
The shot stopper and Spanish international goalkeeper has been experiencing lesser playing times at Stamford Bridge, following his poor run of form lately.
But reports hold that, Kepa Arrizabalaga has been improving over time and a possible switch to another team where he will get more match fixtures can restore his full fitness.
However, the Italian side currently appointed Jose Mourinho for next season and he is expected to have some transfer targets.
Although before his arrival, Kepa's switch to Roma could be concluded and his performance over there determines if Jose Mourinho will make him a regular start.
The Blues signed Arrizabalaga from Athletic Bilbao in 2018 but things haven’t quite gone well for him at West London.
After he was once tipped by many sports analysts to overtake David de Gea and be a consistent fixture in the Spanish national team’s starting XI, Kepa has been unfortunately dismantled by Edouard Mendy as Chelsea’s No.1 shot stopper.
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