Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois has ended speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid claiming he is happy with life at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois believes manager Antonio Conte's tactical decision to shift from a 4-2-3-1 to a 3-4-3 system has been crucial to the recent revival in his side's fortunes
Real Madrid's search for a new goalkeeper has now lead them to North London, as the Los Blancos are prepared to pay £35 million for Tottenham Hotspur custodian Hugo Lloris, if reports from England are to be believed.
On the back of two consecutive wins, Belgium coach Marc Wilmots is likely to field the same side that edged Sweden by a 1-0 scoreline. Despite being on yellow cards, the trio of Jan Vertonghen, Thomas Meunier and Axel Witsel is expected to be named in the playing eleven.
The Belgian goalkeeper has firmly asserted that he doesn't want to end his career with current club Chelsea, sparking speculation as to where his future may lie and who can take his place.
Chelsea are close to signing French international goalkeeper Steve Mandanda after holding talks with the 31-year-old, according to reports from the British media.
Thibaut Courtois has calmed the nerves of the Chelsea fans to some extent, by saying that he will stay at the Stamford Bridge "if nothing major happens".
Antonio Conte is reportedly already having disagreements with the top bosses at Chelsea, even before he takes over as the manager of the club.
Barcelona have joined Real Madrid in the race to sign Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.
Chelsea FC goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois could be on the move this summer as incoming manager Antonio Conte has reportedly agreed to sell the Belgian if they get a suitable offer.