- Kepa Arrizabalaga has been struggling with Chelsea all season
- The Spanish goalie has conceded a couple of cheap goals this campaign
- The 25-year-old has now let in 86 goals in just two seasons in the league
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Kepa Arrizabalaga conceded five goals in their penultimate game against Liverpool which is eight per cent of Chelsea's all-time Premier League record.
The Blues have let in 54 goals all season, the highest of any team in the top-half on the league standings and Chelsea's worst since Abramovich took over.
Fourteenth placed Crystal Palace and Brighton who are in 16th position have conceded less than the Stamford Bridge outfit this term.
And if Lampard's men concede in their last day fixture against Wolves, it will equal the Blues' worst ever Premier League in terms of goals conceded in a single campaign.
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And with this stats, manager Frank Lampard could be looking for a replacement for the Spanish goalkeeper in the summer.
In total, Kepa has conceded 86 Premier League goals since he arrived in the summer of 2018 which is is 8.14 percent of the 1,056 goals the Blues have conceded since the first ever Prem season in 1992/93.
The 25-year-old conceded cheap goals this season and was dropped before the three months break for veteran Argentine shot-stopper Willy Caballero.
On the other hand, Chelsea have struggled all season with their shaky defence and Lampard's back-four being reshuffled all through their campaign.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Dean Henderson has become a transfer target for Chelsea as reports claim the England goalkeeper has been offered a £170,000-per-week deal, reports claim.
The Man United shot-stopper is currently on loan with high-flying Premier League side Sheffield United, who got promotion to the elite division last season.
And the 23-year-old has been in splendid form for the Blades this season but Chris Wilder's men have narrowly missed the opportunity to play in Europe for next campaign following their loss to Everton.
Legit.ng also reported that Jan Oblak has been linked with a sensational move to Chelsea but the Premier League club will have to pay £110million to price away the Atletico Madrid star.
However, the Slovenian goalkeeper has not indicated his intentions to leave the Wanda Metropolitano outfit in the summer but the Blues are lurking around the corner.
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