Football is a game that stands still for nobody, and Édouard Mendy’s career at Chelsea is another example of that.
Just 2 years on from winning the award for goalkeeper of the year at the UEFA awards and winning the Champions League, the Senegal goalkeeper is now tipped to leave the club.
Chelsea are likely to sell Mendy in the summer, and are looking to bring in another goalkeeper when the window opens.
According to Simon Johnson of the Athletic, Chelsea are likely to sell Édouard Mendy this summer and bring in another goalkeeper.
Mendy has been demoted to number two since Graham Potter took over, and there seems to be little chance of him getting back into the first-team.
There is a growing possibility Mendy will leave Chelsea in the summer, and the club have already began to identify potential replacements to bring in when the summer window opens.
David Raya, Robert Sanchez and Jordan Pickford are two goalkeepers who have been tipped to be brought in by Chelsea, but a final decision is yet to be made internally about who they feel is the best choice.
Kepa has proved himself this season when he has played and is set to be given the chance to fight for a starting birth next season with whichever goalkeeper is signed.
Contract talks have been held between Chelsea and Mendy, but there was no agreement reached and the parties have never came close to one.