Chelsea Goalkeeper, Courtois Tells Coach Maurizio Sarri He Wants To Leave
Chelsea goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois has told new manager, Maurizio Sarri he needs to leave, sources near the club have uncovered.
Chelsea goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois has allegedly disclosed to Maurizio Sarri he needs to leave the club to join Real Madrid.
The 26-year-old’s agent as of late asked the Blues to let the Belgian international leave Stamford Bridge to finish his fantasy move to Los Blancos.
As per ESPN, sources near the club have uncovered that Courtois has addressed the ex-Napoli manager about an exchange away.
The two-time Premier League champion has only one year left on his arrangement, and is comprehended to need to move back to Spain to be nearer with his kids.
Sarri opened the entryway for the ex-Atletico Madrid expert to leave West London after Chelsea lost 2-0 to Manchester City in the Community Shield.
He stated: “I have no response to the agent. I’m not intrigued by the agent. I need to hear Courtois.
“On the off chance that Courtois says the same, I need to talk with my club obviously on the grounds that I just need players with an high state of inspiration yet I have nothing to say to the agent.”
The previous Genk shot-stopper came back to training today, and is accepted to have quickly flagged his aims to leave the club.
In any case, with days left in the transfer window, Chelsea may reluctantly clutch Courtois should they neglect to sign a replacement in time.
Robert Green was gobbled up on a free transfer, while they have been connected with Barcelona back-up Jasper Cillessen and Leicester pro Kasper Schmeichel.
Since making his introduction for Chelsea in 2014 after a three-year credit spell at Atletico, Courtois has piled on 154 appearances in all competitions.
He featured in the club’s FA Cup run last season where they beat Manchester United 1-0 in the final.