Chelsea FC: Ex-world goalkeeper Mendy has to go

Chelsea FC: Ex-world goalkeeper Mendy has to go

Edouard Mendy’s time at Chelsea is likely to end in the summer. As reported by the Daily Mirror, the 31-year-old goalkeeper has been told he can leave the club in the summer. The Blues are open to listening to offers for the 29-fold Senegalese. The keeper is tied to Chelsea until 2025.

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Mendy moved from Stade Rennes to London in 2020 for 24 million euros – the beginning of a successful period. Under coach Thomas Tuchel (49), the 31-year-old won the Champions League title with the Blues and was voted FIFA World Goalkeeper of the Year 2021.

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However, under Tuchel’s successor Graham Potter, Mendy has lost his regular place between the posts. Instead, Kepa Arrizabalaga now guards the goal. The 28-year-old Spaniard switched to Chelsea in 2018 as the most expensive keeper in the world, but was only number two for years.

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