Chelsea officially signed the new goalkeeper Mendy. It is reported that the Blues star Cech played a key role in this transaction. It is enough to see the importance of Lampard and Chelsea's senior management to Mendy and regard it as the last puzzle to strengthen the team's shortcomings.
A report from The Sun said that with the signing of Mendy, Chelsea are also ready to deal with Kepa. The Blues hope to loan Kepa out. Although Chelsea said it had not made a decision on Kepa's future, it would be perfectly reasonable if Lampard sent Kepa away before the transfer deadline.
In the past year, Kepa has let Lampard down too many times. Lampard once preferred to use Caballero instead of Kepa. In a few games in the new season, Kepa's performance has not improved much, and his low-level errors against Liverpool have become a laughing stock.
Chelsea will listen to other teams' offers to Kepa. The ideal situation is to recover £40 million, but in the current market conditions, this is impossible. Chelsea believes that if he is temporarily loaned out to restore confidence in a less stressed club, it will be good for his future and Chelsea's future.