Transfer: Chelsea goalkeeper, Kepa in shock move to Real Madrid
Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga is set for a shock move to Real Madrid.
The Spaniard is so desperate to join the La Liga giants that he would accept a loan deal.
Madrid is in the market for a new shot-stopper after Thibaut Courtois suffered an ACL injury.
Former Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea, who is a free agent, was initially tipped to be the favorite to arrive at the Bernabeu.
But football transfer expert Fabrizio Romano tweeted on Saturday: “Real Madrid has now contacted Kepa’s camp—ddiscussions are ongoing with the player keen on the move, Kepa open to joining Real even on loan.
“Real is working to understand the final formula of the deal wanted by Chelsea.”
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