He Chelsea has made the decision to sell to Kepa Arrizabalaga in the next summer transfer market because they need to make cash after making a million-dollar investment in the summer and because the Spanish goalkeeper has not finished convincing Graham Potter.
Kepa is one of the names that the Blue team has ruled out for the summer and several clubs have shown interest in taking over the services. On the other hand, Chelsea is looking for a starting goalkeeper for next season with the aim of continuing to strengthen all its lines. And one of the names that the club’s sports management likes the most is André Onana.
André Onana, Chelsea’s main target to replace Kepa
As reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Blue team is interested in taking over the services of André Onana in the next summer transfer market and they would be willing to make a high investment. The Cameroonian goalkeeper could leave Inter Milan for around 40 million euros, taking into account that the Italian team needs to make cash to solve their financial situation. He is young, has good footwork and a lot of experience, traits that the sports management of the Blue team like very much.