While Stoke have claimed that there have been no substantial bids for the England stopper, if Chelsea lose Courtois, then there is every chance they will chuck some big money at him.
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'Chelsea could get a fair fee for him now and sign a replacement.
Chelsea were reportedly at risk of losing many of their prominent players after an underwhelming fifth-placed finish in the Premier League last season.
Should Willian leave the South-West London club they would surely have to dip into the transfer market once again as they do not possess a replacement out-and-out winger.
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With very little time to land a suitable replacement, the Belgian worldwide will be compelled to serve the final year of his contract at Stamford Bridge, with Chelsea prepared to let Courtois leave for free if they fail to convince him to sign a new deal. Henrotay added, "It is understandable people might be upset because he wants to leave the club, we accept that".
"I hope I have clarified the matter and any possible misunderstanding".
However Courtois' contract situation could change the club's stance as they don't want to lose the goalkeeper for nothing next June. "I don't know in the future". But Chelsea should understand the feeling of the player to live with his family and respect his request to the move.
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While no deal is in place, manager Maurizio Sarri did not appear confident on Friday that the Stamford Bridge will be able to retain their No.1, while former Belgium coach Graeme Jones says that a move is "definitely" on the cards.