FRANK LAMPARD has just over a week to spend some of his £150m war chest, but the clock could also be ticking on goalkeeper Kepa.
The £71m signing has been given just four months to improve his form or face being replaced by Nick Pope or Dean Henderson.
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Kepa has been given just four months to prove himself by Frank Lampard.
The Telegraph claim that the Spaniard will be shipped out if he doesn't improve before the end of the season.
Burnley's Nick Pope and Man United goalkeeper Dean Henderson (currently on loan at Sheffield United) have been lined up as potential replacements.
Earlier today, Frank Lampard vocally criticised Kepa's performances in his press conference, but said he is safe for now.
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Inter are just smashing it this transfer window.
They have given Napoli permission to talk to winger Matteo Politano, while the club want to bring in Fernando Llorente.
The deal for the former Spurs striker Llorente is understood to be a loan.
It will also see the Serie A title-challengers end their interest in Chelsea's Olivier Giroud.
Tammy Abraham has NOT fractured his foot, according to Frank Lampard.
The Chelsea manager is breathing a huge sigh of relief after he clattered into the ad hoardings during the Blues' 2-2 draw against Arsenal.
Lamps said: “The good news is he hasn't fractured anything, but the other news is we still have to see how he develops.
“He's not fit for the weekend, but whether he'll be fit for Leicester I'm still not sure. It's still not clear at the moment.”
JS + RLC
Blues fans are loving that Jadon Sancho wished Ruben Loftus-Cheek happy birthday.
The Borussia Dortmund winger, who plays for the Bundesliga side tonight, shared a picture of the pair messing around in training while on England duty.