Thibaut Courtois celebrates a goal of Chelsea against the Bournemouth

It prefers to remain in Chelsea

Thibaut Courtois also gives him "pumpkins" to the Madrid

Published:30/12/2016 - 16:49h

Updated:30/12/2016 - 16:49h

The cancerbero Belgian Thibaut Courtois negotiates already a millionaire renewal with Chelsea when it speaks that the Real Madrid would be very interested in his signing. The put prefer to be him faithful to his previous team, the Athletic of Madrid

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Although it was in his list of aims prioritarios, Thibaut Courtois descarta fichar by the Real Madrid. The international Belgian, indisputable headline with the leader of the Premier League, or wants to neither hear speak of the team merengue sabedor of all these rumours that him sobrevuelan lately.

The goalkeeper is a fixed for Antonio Conte and has decanted for beginning to negotiate his new agreement of renewal by the team londinense. Like this it informs it the British newspaper "The Telegraph", that sustains that the "blues" would have increased of considerable form his economic proposal to deter it of any signing.

The ones of Zinedine Zidane had fixed in him after David of Gea already have left clear that neither will go out of Old Trafford, especially after that famous market of signings of two years ago. Therefore, the madridistas remain composed and without goalkeeper, but with two good "pumpkins".

Courtois, faithful to "his" Athletic" of Madrid

After having played three years yielded in the Athletic of Madrid and without being able to already, by law, repeat cession with the "rojiblancos", to Thibaut his feeling by the team of the Manzanares has not disappeared him as to others. And much less after having lost the Champions League of 2014 in front of the eternal rival and of the so cruel form as they did it. 

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