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REPORTS: Experienced Chelsea goalkeeper could leave the club this summer amid interest from Napoli

Without much doubts, Chelsea football club will most definitely remain keen on overhauling their current squad under manager Thomas Tuchel ahead of the new football season.

Do remember that the West London club enjoyed quite an interesting 2021/2022 football season where they ultimately finished in 3rd position on the Premier League table.

However, Chelsea football club are aiming to challenge the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool for the Premier League trophy next season and are keen on reshuffling their current squad.

And if reports are anything to go by, then experienced Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga is in line to leave the Stamford Bridge side before the transfer window closes.

The 27-year-old Spain International, who signed up for Chelsea football club after departing LaLiga side Athletic Bilbao back in 2018 has been in and out of the first-team squad in recent seasons.

The experienced shot-stopper was barely involved for Chelsea during the just concluded 2021/2022 season where he made just 15 appearances in all competitions.

However, Kepa Arrizabalaga is utterly disappointed with the lack of regular playing time at Chelsea football club and according to reports from Daily Mail, he is eyeing a transfer move away.

The reports further claimed that Kepa Arrizabalaga is not short of suitors and he is attracting interests from Serie A side Napoli before the transfer window closes.

It is believed that Kepa Arrizabalaga does not view himself as an integral part of manager Thomas Tuchel's plans for the new season and he is now interested in joining a new club.

But then, it remains to be seen if Napoli will be capable of reaching an immediate agreement with Chelsea football club and secure the transfer of Kepa Arrizabalaga before the windo closes.

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