One of the major talking points surrounding Chelsea in the weeks leading up to the COVID-19 outbreak was the situation between the posts at Stamford Bridge.
Up until February, Spanish shot-stopper Kepa Arrizabalaga had stood as the Blues’ undisputed first-choice.
Having begun to justify his hefty price-tag with a string of superb displays towards the end of the 2018/19 campaign, Kepa was expected to kick on and stake his claim as one of world football’s finest goalkeepers this season.
However, this has since proven far from the case.
The 25-year-old, particularly over recent months, slipped into a major slump, which even resulted in him losing his place in Chelsea’s starting XI to veteran Willy Caballero for several weeks.
In fact, as of January, the former Athletic Bilbao man was the owner of the worst save percentage of any Premier League goalkeeper this season.