Chelsea assistant Low: Not easy for Mendy to replace Kepa
Asked about the keeping situation, Low told reporters: “Mendy arrives later today or tomorrow.
“We will see how he is, how tired he is. He has to arrive first, we have to check him, we have to talk to him. We will see in a few days whether there is a possibility he plays.
“This is a good situation for the coaches where we have two amazing goalkeepers. Mendy did a fantastic performance, he won the Africa Cup, and was the best goalkeeper at the tournament. Kepa has done an amazing job and in the last game saved a very important penalty. He is also in very good shape.
“For sure when Mendy arrives we will have talks, also with the goalkeeper coaches, and we will take a decision afterwards.”