Chelsea stopper Kepa Arrizabalaga is reportedly not interested in securing the services of Stamford Bridge in the summer.
The 25-year-old has struggled for consistency since joining the West London club from Athletic Bilbao in the August 2018 and has conceded 43 times in 33 game at club level this season.
Spain international star has recently lost his starting spot at club level to Willy Caballero, although he did make a return for his side’s last Premier League game at home to Everton earlier this month.
There continues to be speculation surrounding the Spanish keeper, however, according to the Daily Mail, Kepa is determined to remain and fight for his future.
The same report suggests that the Spanish keeper is confident that he has the fan of the team’s hierarchy despite being removed from the starting lineup by head coach Frank Lampard.
Kepa, who has a deal at Stamford Bridge until June 2025, has conceded 32 times in 25 Premier League games this campaign.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are reportedly considering a summer move for Juventus midfield star Miralem Pjanic.
The Serie A defending champions are allegedly open to selling former AS Roma midfielder during the upcoming summer transfer window.
The 29-year-old midfield maestro has again been a vital player for the Old Lady this campaign, founding back of the net three times and providing fours assists in 32 games in all competitions.
Juve are believed to be open to the idea of the Bosnia-Herzegovina national team midfielder departing, but, and according to Calciomercato, the Blues are weighing up a €60m (£55m) move for his signature.