Julen Lopetegui not pleased with Courtois talks
Julen Lopetgui has avoided the discussion of Courtois and insisted to be thrilled with the goalkeepers that Real Madrid have in their squad
The linkup of Thibaut Courtois joining the Real Madrid side but the speculation is never ending.
But the last phrase of the transfer window is getting closer and Real Madrid is yet to make a bid for the Golden Gloves winner in the recent World Cup.
New head coach for the Julen Lopetgui is more interested in continue working with the keepers already at the club, including first-choice Keylor Navas and new signing Andriy Lunin.
In his recent interview after the defeat against United, Real Madrid boss spoke about being eager to plan with goalkeeper that are present in the squad.
“At no time am I going to talk about players who are not at Real Madrid,”
“I am thrilled with the goalkeepers that I have and I will not talk about players who are not part of this team.”
Navaz in a recently interview said that the player is ready to face challenges bought to him.
However the Madrid’s first choice keeper is not worried with linkups of the Belgian star.
The goalkeeper said, “I already spoke with him [Lopetegui], everything is fine, everything is fine, no worries.”
“I am calm. The truth is I have two years left on my contract, in which I have to spend my energies and my mind is thinking how to improve day by day with the effort that I have to show.
“I enjoy every moment, we must see what will happen in the future. Then I must not stop enjoying [life].”
“I’m calm and I’m fine there [in Madrid]. I have always said, every year, that I can be there, because I will be very happy.”
“I’m happy, really grateful to God because there are very nice opportunities. I go with all the dreams of the world, like when I first moved there. I will work hard and strive every day to keep enjoying what it is to be in Madrid.”
Also, Chelsea boss said that he is confident that he will be able to keep the star-trio including Courtois at Stamford Bridge.
“I’m confident they’ll stay,” the ex-Napoli boss said.