Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga is set to move to a LaLiga side, Valencia on a two-year loan deal, and a replacement is on the way.
And Blues boss Frank Lampard is looking at Ajax stopper Andre Onana as his replacement.
Lamps has not been impressed with Kepa’s form this term and dropped him earlier this season as his world record £71.6million signing struggled to find the sort of displays which made him the top keeper in LaLiga.
Valencia know all too well the Spanish keeper’s capabilities from his time at Athletic Bilbao.
And if they can convince Stamford Bridge chiefs to let him come over for two years, by way of a loan fee and paying a hefty contribution to his wages, then Lamps could make a move for Onana.
If Chelsea agree to the two-year loan, Valencia would have an option to buy at the end of that, according to Madrid sports daily Marca.