- Kepa tied the knot with his model fiance Andrea Martinez on Sunday in Marbella
- Teammates past and present were pictured celebrating with the Chelsea keeper
- These included Kai Havertz and Mateo Kovacic who dined together last night
Kepa Arrizabalaga tied the knot with Spanish model Andrea Martinez at a stunning wedding in Marbella on Sunday.
The Chelsea goalkeeper married his fiancee and several of his current and former teammates were in attendance.
Arsenal’s Jorginho was there to celebrate with his ex-colleagues after moving across London in January for £12million having spent five years at Stamford Bridge.
Furthermore, former Chelsea flop Alvaro Morata was pictured in attendance after striking up a strong relationship with Kepa during his time at the club and with Spain.
Morata – who now plays for Atletico Madrid – only spent two years in west London after joining for a then-club record fee of £60m, but struggled as he netted just 24 goals in 72 appearances.
Kepa Arrizabalaga married his fiance Andrea Martinez in a stunning Marbella wedding
The Chelsea goalkeeper announced his engagament with the Spanish model last September
Kepa’s teammates Mateo Kovacic (left) and Kai Havertz (right) – who are set to leave the club – were also in attendance
Outgoing Blues stars Kai Havertz and Mateo Kovacic were also at the wedding alongside their partners after the pair were spotted at dinner with Andreas Christensen last night.
Havertz is expected to have a busy summer, with his move to Arsenal close to being completed for a fee of £65m which will see him reunited with Jorginho in north London.
Kovacic will follow the German out of the door after he underwent his Man City medical on Friday ahead of a £25m + £5m move to the Treble-winners as they look to fill the void left by Ilkay Gundogan’s impending departure to Barcelona.
The goalkeeper announced his engagement back in September last year and has finally tied the knot with Martinez.
They are expected to continue their life in London after it was revealed Kepa wishes to stay at Chelsea to convince fans he can be their long-term number one amid criticism for his performances over recent years.
It is also believed that the Spaniard holds a strong relationship with Mauricio Pochettino’s goalkeeping coach Toni Jimenez ahead of the Argentine’s arrival at Stamford Bridge next month.
Former Chelsea players Alvaro Morata (left) and Jorginho (right) joined the celebrations