Published: Mon, August 06, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Courtois agent advises Chelsea to accept Real Madrid offer

Courtois agent advises Chelsea to accept Real Madrid offer

Chelsea's Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois (R) celebrates saving a shot with Chelsea's English defender Gary Cahill during the English Premier League football match between Arsenal and Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium in London on January 3, 2018.

Courtois previously spent three years at Atletico Madrid and now is ready to link up with their city rivals.

'I am thrilled with the goalkeepers that I have and I will not talk about players who are not part of this team'.

According to the Daily Mail, Chelsea want a substitute in place before they let Courtois leave.

"We have seen suggestions that it is about money, and it is true he could get an increase with a move".

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The Times are under the impression that a £65M offer is on the table from Los Blancos, and Willian may well have had his head turned. A fee of 35 million euros for the Belgium worldwide has been agreed between the two clubs but Madrid face a waiting game to learn if they will be able to complete the deal.

In case he leaves, Chelsea have to quickly complete the signing of another goalkeeper in the remaining days as their back-up options - Willy Caballero and Robert Green - are not up to the mark.

"But this is a human decision based on someone wanting to be close to his children - and that is a reasonable thing too".

"I spoke yesterday with him about him being late, not his future", Sarri told a news conference on Friday.

Neither "agent" has any relationship with Willian, and in a message alongside the picture the Chelsea star pledged to take legal action over the letter, which he says contains a forgery of his signature. It depends especially on him, I think.

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