Chelsea and Belgium goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois has declined to affirm in the event that he will stay or leave Stamford Bridge this mid year in the wake of being gotten some information about a potential move to Real Madrid.
Courtois has just one year left on his present contract, which implies the West London club risk losing their first-choice goalkeeper on a free transfer next summer.
Real Madrid are enthusiastic about signing the 26-year-old and reports in Spain claimed a week ago that Courtois’ agent, Christophe Henrotay has just been in chats with the Los Blancos.
When asked by reporters about joining Real Madrid after Belgium’s 3-2 victory over Japan in the 2018 World Cup round of 16 clash on Monday evening, Courtois replied: “I’m not going to talk about that now.
“The only thing I’ve always said is that after the World Cup, I look at everything.
‘The only thing is that my children are the most important and I’ll make the decision that best suits me for everything.’
Courtois had previously claimed that he was going to spend another season at Stamford Bridge but he now admits his children, who live in Madrid, are a key factor behind the decision over his future.