Former Chelsea goalkeeper Asmir Begovic is clearly still not particularly happy with the club following his move to Bournemouth last month.
The Bosnian shot-stopper left Stamford Bridge for the south coast after two years of frustration and lack of game time, serving as a deputy for Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois as he struggled to establish himself as anything more than a backup.
Chelsea have now turned their attention to replacing Begovic, with reports suggesting that they could move for Manchester City’s Willy Caballero.
Newly promoted sides Newcastle and Brighton have both made offers for Caballero, but Chelsea are believed to have agreed personal terms with the Argentine goalkeeper.
But Begovic has sneakily revealed that he is less than impressed by Chelsea’s choice for his replacement, liking two less than complimentary Tweets.
“There are other young GKs out there better than Caballero,” the first Tweet read. “We [Chelsea] can do better than Caballero,” said the second.
Caballero is 35-years-old, six years older than Begovic, and made 26 appearances in all competitions for City last season after Claudio Bravo fell out of favour.
Begovic, meanwhile, made 33 appearances over his two years at Chelsea, keeping ten clean sheets.
“Bournemouth is an exciting, ambitious club which has everything in place for a very bright future,” he said after his signing was confirmed last month.