Kepa Arrizabalaga will return to Chelsea after his loan spell at Real Madrid, according to Marca.

The La Liga side signed the goalkeeper last August, following a serious injury to Thibaut Courtois. Kepa was a regular until he suffered an injury last November.

It’s claimed the Chelsea owned player’s injury ‘changed everything’ for him and Andriy Lunin, and the trajectory of their careers ‘suffered a brutal metamorphosis’.

Since regaining full fitness in December, Kepa has been restricted to five appearances, and Lunin has taken his place at Real Madrid.

Marca state the Spain international ‘hasn’t been lucky’. When he was at his best earlier in the season, a muscle injury forced him to stop, and he subsequently lost his place.

Lunin’s deal lasts until 2025 and his recent form has convinced Los Blancos to offer an extension.

On the other hand, Kepa’s loan deal lasts until the summer and will return to the west London club.

The 29-year-old’s contract with the Blues expires in 2025 and the report states he’s ‘awaiting the destination’, indicating that he has no future at Chelsea.

Kepa had earlier hinted that he would like to extend his stay at Real Madrid but he’ll now have to find a new club in the summer.