Chelsea se dispone a romper otro récord de transferencia del club para reemplazar a una pareja de jugadores de manera definitiva

Mauricio Pochettino is set to bring in a new goalkeeper as a priority for Chelsea in the summer transfer window. The club is reportedly preparing to break another transfer record with the signing, as they aim to do more business in the upcoming season.

Kepa Arrizabalaga, who is currently on loan at Real Madrid, has expressed his desire to stay at the Bernabeu beyond his temporary deal. However, reports in Spain suggest that Real Madrid may not want to make his move permanent.

Consequently, Chelsea is considering exceeding the fee they paid for Kepa, despite it being a world record for a goalkeeper. Meanwhile, a 28-year-old goalkeeper from Serie A has attracted the attention of several European clubs.

On the other hand, the current deputising goalkeeper for Chelsea, Djordje Petrovic, is not seen as a long-term solution for Pochettino, who is looking for a more permanent option. Chelsea’s potential transfer activities will depend on the approval of owner Todd Boehly, who may need to authorize sales to raise funds due to the club’s significant spending, which now faces potential sanctions amid new FFP regulations.

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