Reports a month ago demonstrated that Chelsea would advance up endeavors to keep Thibaut Courtois at Stamford Bridge – and their expectations of doing as such could soon be a considerable measure higher.
The Telegraph reports that Real Madrid are “set to settle on a choice on their first-decision goalkeeper target” and may pick to move for Athletic Bilbao’s Kepa Arrizabalaga in January, instead of Courtois in the mid year.
Courtois has under two years left on his Chelsea contract and has demonstrated that he is substance to leave exchanges about another arrangement until the finish of the season.
The Telegraph reports that he “should know before the current month’s over regardless of whether Real are probably going to offer for him” when summer comes around. Yet, it includes that Kepa “seems substantially simpler for Real to arrive,” with his agreement terminating under the watchful eye of that of Courtois and his transfer fee prone to be essentially lower.