Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga’s future at the club remains in doubt.
The Spanish international continues to have an inconsistent season in the Premier League, casting doubts over whether Blues boss Frank Lampard sees Kepa as the clubs number one going forward.
We have heard names being mentioned as potential replacements over the last few months. One of those that keeps cropping up is Ajax stopper Andre Onana.
The Cameroon international is reportedly being considered by Chelsea once again, along with Lille goalkeeper Mike Maignan.
This is according to Sports Journalist Duncan Castles, who has been speaking about the interest on his Podcast – The Transfer Window.
Maignan is a former PSG academy player and was capped for France under-21s. But the now 25-year old 6ft 3in stopper has been plying his trade at Lille and has yet to earn a senior international cap.
Onana feels like it could be a much more likelier deal if Chelsea are to sign a new keeper.