Frank Lampard is eager to sign a brand-new goalkeeper this summertime after despairing in Kepa Arrizabalaga, who was replaced by Willy Caballero for the Blues’ final game of the season versus Wolves.
Ter Stegen, 28, is thought about among the finest goalkeepers worldwide and his capability on the ball appeals to Lampard, who wants his side to improve their play out of the back next term.
Barcelona like extending ter Stegen’s present offer, which ends in2022 The club cautioned the German earlier this month that he requires to drop his wage demands due to the coronavirus pandemic.
‘ He comprehends what is occurring in society and he knows that with the reduction in earnings at clubs like Barca, he will have to adjust his income,’ said Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu.
‘ All the gamers are doing it and we are working on that.’
Nevertheless, ter Stegen has not reacted well to those comments and told press reporters that ‘we’ll see’ when he was asked if he would sign a new deal at the Camp Nou earlier today.
According to Spanish radio network Cadena Ser, Barcelona’s desperation for a renewal is not matched by ter Stegen’s camp and the German has deals on the table from both Chelsea and Bayern Munich to think about.
While an extension at the club stays the likeliest, Chelsea are prepared to check the waters in their look for a brand-new primary.
Should a new goalkeeper arrive, Chelsea will aim to offload Kepa.
The Spaniard was signed for ₤71 m in 2018 but he’s stopped working to impress in his two projects at Stamford Bridge and the club will likely seek to loan him out this summer season need to they be unable to find a purchaser.
Chelsea haev already spent around ₤90 m this summer season which costs could double with the arrival of Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen.
Lampard is also desperate to sign a left-back, though Leicester’s ₤80 m evaluation of Ben Chilwell is putting the Blues off a move for the England global.
Chelsea will aim to recoup some money by offloading Kepa, Marcos Alonso, Pedro, Willian and Emerson Palmieri.