Published: Fri, August 03, 2018
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Maurizio Sarri fires warning to Thibaut Courtois over Real Madrid deal

Maurizio Sarri fires warning to Thibaut Courtois over Real Madrid deal

"I spoke yesterday with him about his lateness, not about his future".

Sarri said: "It was a very positive conversation".

'I am very happy about this, ' said Sarri.

Sarri was less confident about the future of Courtois amid speculation that the goalkeeper wants to leave Chelsea and join Real Madrid.

The shot-stopper, who has only one year remaining on his contract, wants to see more of his family and kids, who live in Madrid. The Italian says that he'll be holding talks (which have been described by several media outlets as "crunch talks") with the winger who didn't report to the club until six days after had been expected. I don't know the situation in this moment. It depends on the club.

He told the Daily Star: "I think United will be looking to recoup the majority of the total they have committed to pay for him".

"But, I hope that Courtois will be our goalkeeper".

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"He is a very young player".

Willian also now faces a delayed re-integration back into the side, who face Manchester City in the Community Shield on Sunday.

Jose Mourinho is tipping new Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri to do well in his first season in the Premier League.

Not only has he started all of Chelsea's pre-season friendlies so far, but along with summer import Jorginho he has probably been their best player.

The 59-year-old Napoli boss is eager to do well against Pep Guardiola's City, but he acknowledges the size of the task against the Premier League champions.

'We have to improve of course.

Cesc Fabregas is doubtful for the game after picking up a knee injury in a friendly against Arsenal on Wednesday.

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