Frank Lampard dropped Kepa Arrizabalaga for Chelsea’s 2-2 draw against Leicester City on Saturday and the Blues manager admitted it was a tactical decision to leave the goalkeeper out of the starting XI.

Since then, various reports coming out of England have suggested the former Derby County boss isn’t convinced with the Spain international and could bring in a new player for that position.

According to Calciomercato, the Europa League winners have set their sights on Udinese’s Juan Musso as it’s claimed the west London club have conducted surveys for the goalkeeper on more than one occasion.

Inter Milan are also keeping track of the Argentine, even though Samir Handanović’s contract renewal is a formality.

The Italian website adds no negotiation has started for the 25-year-old, whose current deal with Udinese runs down in 2023.

The South American has made 22 starts in Serie A this season, and in the process has kept seven clean-sheets and conceded 35 goals.