Kepa Claims He Left Chelsea As ‘Project Was Not The Right One’

On loan Chelsea goalkeeper, Kepa Arrizabalaga has revealed that he left the club because he ‘felt the project was not the right one’.

Bayern Munich held interest in the 28-year-old before his move to Madrid. And he even came close to signing with them. Last month, Thibaut Courtois had a disastrous knee injury, which prompted Real Madrid to sign the Chelsea goalie.

When Kepa was questioned by Marca about Bayern’s interest, he said that Mauricio Pochettino wanted him to remain at Chelsea.

“Yes, it was very fast [move to Real Madrid]. It’s true that Pochettino wanted me to stay and he told me that I was going to play, that he trusted me, but I thought that a change would be good for me, I wanted a change. Thomas Tuchel called me. We were close to going to Munich,” he said.

When he was at Chelsea, Tuchel coached the

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