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Home Sport Kepa not living the dream but still feels ‘very good’ at Chelsea despite losing his place

Kepa not living the dream but still feels ‘very good’ at Chelsea despite losing his place

by Bobby

The most expensive goalkeeper in world football has fallen out of favour at Stamford Bridge, but believes he can win his place back with the Blues

Kepa Arrizabalaga admits he is not in a “dream situation” at Chelsea, with a number of costly errors seeing him lose his place in the team, but the Spanish goalkeeper claims to still feel “very good” at Stamford Bridge.

An international break is offering the 26-year-old custodian welcome respite from the negative attention he continues to attract in west London.

There were plenty of suggestions that he could be on the move before the summer transfer window slammed shut, but Monday’s deadline passed with no deal put in place.

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