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Monday 6 August 2018

Chelsea Goalkeeper, Courtois Tells Coach Maurizio Sarri He Wants To Leave

Thibaut Courtois
Chelsea goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois has informed new manager, Maurizio Sarri he wants to leave, sources close to the club have revealed. Chelsea goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois has reportedly told Maurizio Sarri he wants to leave the club to join Real Madrid.
The 26-year-old's agent recently begged the Blues to let the Belgian international leave Stamford Bridge to complete his dream move to Los Blancos.
According to ESPN, sources close to the club have revealed that Courtois has spoken to the ex-Napoli manager about a transfer away.
The two-time Premier League winner has just one year left on his deal, and is understood to want to move back to Spain to be closer with his children.
Sarri opened the door for the ex-Atletico Madrid ace to depart West London after Chelsea lost 2-0 to Manchester City in the Community Shield.
He said: "I have no reaction on the agent. I'm not interested in the agent. I want to hear Courtois.
"If Courtois says the same, I have to speak with my club of course because I only want players with a very high level of motivation but I have nothing to respond to the agent."
The former Genk shot-stopper returned to training today, and is believed to have immediately signalled his intentions to leave the club.
But with just days left in the transfer window, Chelsea may reluctantly hold onto Courtois should they fail to sign a replacement in time.
Robert Green was snapped up on a free transfer, while they have been linked with Barcelona back-up Jasper Cillessen and Leicester ace Kasper Schmeichel.
Since making his debut for Chelsea in 2014 following a three-year loan spell at Atletico, Courtois has racked up 154 appearances in all competitions.
He starred in the club's FA Cup run last season where they beat Manchester United 1-0 in the final.

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