Chelsea took Kepa Arrizabalaga from Athletic Bilbao in 2018 and made him the most expensive goalkeeper in the world after they triggered his €80m release clause. 

The 26-year-old arrived at Stamford Bridge when Maurizio Sarri was the manager of the west London club and a year later, he was replaced by Frank Lampard. 

Kepa has continued to struggle under the former Derby County manager, which is why the Blues invested in signing Edouard Mendy from Rennes in the summer transfer window. 

Former Spain international Pedro Jaro is currently the goalkeeping coach of Ukraine and he saw Andriy Shevchenko’s men seal a 1-0 win over Spain earlier this week. 

The Chelsea custodian watched the UEFA Nations League tie from the bench as Luis Enrique preferred Manchester United’s David de Gea ahead of him.

When discussing Kepa’s situation at his club, Jaro is of the belief change of managers has not helped his compatriot. 

“He may be going through a bad professional moment because in his club, they don’t want him. They have changed his coach and the new one has said that he does not want to put him on, so he cannot prove himself,” Jaro told Radio Marca.