Kepa Arrizabalaga has come under a lot of criticism since arriving at Chelsea in 2018.
He joined the club for a fee of £71.6m - making him the world's most expensive goalkeeper.
With that price-tag comes a lot of expectation... and he hasn't exactly lived up to it yet.
In fact, Kepa has been error-prone and indecisive between the sticks, with many fans suggesting he simply isn't good enough to be Chelsea's number one.
Even manager Frank Lampard lost faith in the 25-year-old earlier this season, dropping him for a run of six games which saw Willy Caballero called upon instead.
Since football has returned following the coronavirus outbreak, Arrizabalaga has returned to Chelsea's starting XI.
But some fans still aren't happy he's playing over Caballero.
One supporter has even gone as far as creating a four-minute compilation of the 'keepers worst mistakes since joining Chelsea.
The YouTube video is titled 'Kepa Arrizabalaga: Mistakes and terrible goalkeeping (worst keeper in Europe)' and it's absolutely brutal.
Check it out below:
Look away now, Kepa.
Not only does the video show his lowlights in a Chelsea shirt - like all the questionable goals he's conceded in the last two seasons - but it also includes some rather embarrassing stats.
Ranking 127th out of 132 goalkeepers in Europe's top five leagues when it comes to save percentage just simply isn't good enough - and it seems Blues fans are sick of him.
On top of that, Roman Abramovich will have to get his chequebook out AGAIN to secure anyone worth replacing Arrizabalaga with.
Will he be happy to do that after splashing on Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech already?
Sorry Chelsea fans, you may well be stuck with Kepa... or as one fan is calling him, the 'worst goalkeeper in Europe'.
No wonder Lampard has dropped him for Chelsea's final Premier League game of the season against Wolves...
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