Real Madrid’s search for a new goalkeeper could be reaching an unexpected but immediate end.
Having pursued David De Gea, Kepa, Alisson and pondering the future of Keylor Navas for some time now, Chelsea’s Thibaut Courtois could, in the end, be the man to fill their goal next season.
The Belgian’s contract at Stamford Bridge has just one year left to run, meaning the Blues can either let him leave for free next summer or look to cash it, with it looking increasingly unlikely that he will renew his current deal.
Chelsea are reportedly looking to receive 35 million euros for Courtois if they do decide to sell this summer, which is a sum that Real Madrid could come up with easily and swiftly, meaning an avoidance of the disagreements that arose in negotiations with Roma for their Brazilian keeper.
Another thing that points in favour of the Belgian is the tendency of Florentino Perez to sign a star of the World Cup and with Courtois having only just turned 26, the investment would be seen as worthwhile and would end the debate of Real Madrid’s No. 1 for at least five years.
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