” It’s not looking good” – Damning footage of Kepa Arrizabalaga in Real Madrid training has emerged

Incriminating footage of Kepa Arrizabalaga during his Real Madrid training sessions has surfaced.

The 28-year-old Spanish goalkeeper joined Madrid on a season-long loan deal from Chelsea in the recent summer transfer window.

Kepa was brought in after Madrid’s primary goalkeeper, Thibault Courtois, sustained an ACL injury during a training session.

Now, video clips capturing Kepa’s performance in training with Los Blancos have been made public. Feel free to view the footage below.

As depicted in the video, Kepa was positioned in the goal as his teammates Rodrygo and David Alaba took free-kicks.

Unfortunately, the Spanish international was unable to make a significant impact on any of the attempts.

In the current 2023/2024 season, Kepa has participated in two La Liga matches, managing to secure one clean sheet while conceding only one goal.

Meanwhile, Chelsea acquired fellow Spaniard Robert Sanchez from Brighton and Hove Albion to assume the role of the club’s new No. 1 goalkeeper under the management of Mauricio Pochettino.

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Upon joining Madrid, Kepa told theclub’s official website: “First and foremost, I feel happy and proud to belong to Real Madrid, a club with so much history. Everything happened very quickly.

“I’m delighted to be here, getting to know the facilities, my teammates. I can’t wait to get started as soon as possible.”

He added: “Real Madrid and the Champions League are footballing history. I hope that by working together we can add further to this club’s legendary status and win even more.

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“It’s striking to see the 14 all lined up. If you want to leave your mark at Real Madrid, you have to win things. All the history this club has is based around winning.

“I always say I wouldn’t like to define myself, I’d rather have other people do that. I try and bring a sense of security to the team, to the defence, to be a sensible goalkeeper and help the team at all times.”

Madrid are back in La Liga action on Sunday as they take on Real Sociedad.

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