Chelsea reportedly reached agreement to signing Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen this summer transfer window, as coach Frank Lampard is keen on rebuilding his squad ahead of next season.
However, Chelsea are considering swooping for a goalkeeper as Frank Lampard appears not to be comfortable with the performances of current stopper Kepa Arizzabalaga.
And reports claims the Blues might have won the race to another signing this summer.
According to the Daily Mail, Chelsea has reached an agreement with Trapzonspor to sign goalkeeper Ugurcan Cakir, and reports suggests the Blues will pay around £30million for the 24-year old star.
Kepa may be the costliest goalkeeper in Chelsea’s transfer history, but with his massive drop in form this season, Frank Lampard would have no other option but to replace the Spaniard this season.