The goalkeeper with the worst save percentage in the Premier League this season also happens to be the most expensive player in his position of all time.
Chelsea shot-stopper Kepa Arrizzabalaga has the worst save percentage of any goalkeeper in the Premier League so far this season.
The Blues number one has saved only 55% of all the shots that he has faced in the league, a much lower percentage than any of his fellow goalkeepers in the top-tier of English football.
His poor form comes as a huge surprise given the fact that the Spaniard is the world’s most expensive goalkeeper of all time and the highest-paid player who is currently on the Blues’ payroll.
The Stamford Bridge residents snapped up Kepa in 2018 in a £71m deal from Spanish side Athletic Bilbao and he is currently earning £150,000 a week in wages from the club.