Valencia are considering signing ‘s first-choice goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga on a two-year loan deal.
The club want to sign the Spaniard as a replacement for current keeper Jasper Cillessen – who is linked with a summer exit.
If Valencia can strike a deal with the side, it is likely to also have an option to buy clause after the two-year loan spell, according to .
Any deal made for the Spaniard would likely include an option to buy clause at end of loan spell
The approach from Valencia could be part of a much larger swap deal, which would see Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana join Chelsea and Cillessen replace Onana at Ajax.
Onana has impressed with the Eredivisie side as Paris Saint-Germain are also interested in acquiring the 24-year-old stopper.
Kepa joined the Blues for a world-record fee of £72million for a goalkeeper, as he joined from Athletic Bilbao. He quickly established himself as the number one at Stamford Bridge after he replaced Thibaut Courtois, who left for Real Madrid.
The Spaniard’s future at the club has been in doubt since the turn of the year, as he was dropped for 38-year-old back-up goalkeeper Willy Cabellero. Continue reading