Chelsea star has no interest joining Premier League rival
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Courtois is in no rush sign a new deal with the Blue’s

Thibaut Courtois returned to Chelsea from Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2014 after he enjoyed 3 successful seasons on loan in Spain. Since then he has been the mainstay between the sticks and has established himself as one of the best Goalkeepers in the world.

The Belgian is considered as one of the most important members of the Blue’s and has already won 2 Premier League, 1 FA Cup and 1 League club with the club.

But the 25 year old has been stalling on signing an extension at Stamford Bridge and could leave on a free transfer next year when his contract expires. Though the club is very keen to keep him but could cash in on him this summer rather than let him leave on a free transfer.

The Belgian International has been heavily linked with a summer move and Liverpool are the latest club to show interest in him. The Red’s have struggled this term in that position and are desperate to sign a new world class goalkeeper to strengthen the squad for next season.

Courtois has claimed that he has no interest in joining any Premier League rival but insisted that he is in no rush to sign a new deal with Chelsea and will hold contract talks after the World Cup, reports Goal.

If he decides to leave England then 3 European giants could target him in the summer transfer window.

Real Madrid are also keen to sign a new goalkeeper but Courtois is just one of the name who interest the Champions League winners.

Paris Saint-Germain are also long time admirer of him but could be forced not to make a move for him in order to comply with the Financial Fair Play.

Atletico Madrid could be another option for Courtois if they are forced to sell their highly rated goalkeeper Jan Oblak, who has attracted interest from many clubs.

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