Courtois: I won't end my career at Chelsea

Belgium international Thibaut Courtois has ruled out the possibility of staying at Chelsea for a long-time but he is not sure where he will be playing next.

The 24-year-old who spent three seasons on loan at Atletico Madrid after he signed for the Blues in 2011 has ruled out a move to Paris Saint German which guarantee’s a stay at Stamford Bridge for next season.

The news will be welcomed by new manager Antonio Conte who is expected to take over at Chelsea after the European Championship where he is currently handling the Italian national team.

“It’s hard to say. I don’t think I will end my career here,” Courtois told Sporza, when asked if he was going to spend the rest of his career at the club.

“I didn’t have [a favourite club growing up]. In Spain I watched a lot of Madrid and Barcelona.

“In Germany I watched Bayern and Dortmund, in England, Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea, and in Italy Juventus and Milan.

“There wasn’t one favourite but I always wanted to play at those clubs.

Courtois has kept all the games for Belgium at the Euros so far as the highly ranked European continues their quest to win Euro 2016.

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