Chelsea’s first choice goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois has revealed to Sky Sports that he will most likely sign the new deal the English club has offered him when he returns to Stamford Bridge. Courtois is currently with Belgium on international break.
“It’s not yet signed. I am here [in Belgium] with the national team so it is difficult, but when I am back at Chelsea I will probably sign the new contract”.
The 22-year-old towering goalkeeper has dislodged Czech international, Petr Cech as the first choice goalkeeper at Stamford Bridge and the young Belgian feels sorry for his teammate but strongly believes they can work well together.
“We don’t talk about the situation, but of course I know he has played 10 years at Chelsea and that now I am playing and for him it’s not the nicest situation,” added Courtois.
“But that is the decision of the board and the trainer.
“He is working hard in training to be ready when I cannot play or I am maybe not playing well. We work well together.
“As a professional and a winner you always want to play every game, so we will see what the decision is of the coach. But of course I am a professional player and I want to play every game that is possible.”