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Thibaut Courtois

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7 hours ago, AndersonBLUE said:

Goes to show how much of a pro Eden Hazard actually is, as both his and Cortois situation so similar to one another.

Not really mate. RM actually put a bid in for T'boa.

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What about Oblak ? The man just can't be beaten from the penalty spot.
I think he is Courtois ++ and I also wonder why RM are not happy with Navas.

 

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Still thinking we could get Navas involved in his transfer. It's a win-win for everyone. Didn't see why it won't happening.

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2 hours ago, RoyalBlues said:

Still thinking we could get Navas involved in his transfer. It's a win-win for everyone. Didn't see why it won't happening.

Because he is going to be 32 this year and wants to stay anyways.

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7 hours ago, Sideshow Luiz said:

If Roman wanted to go "Bond villain" he could offer Courtois' ex a job at the club (for big wages) and have her move to London.  We'd all get a chuckle out of that.  

Excellent idea mate!!! Ohh to see his face!

Hope hes got no mates at RM. Not with girlfriends anyway..

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What Tibo did by not showing up at the club is really NOT ok! But I'm wondering what the **** is going on in our boardroom. They actually knew Tibo's mind was already in Spain before summer even started. He clearly mentioned he wanted to go back to his kids. How the hell can you let a situation go so out of hand...

When I then see they buy KEPA for €80 million, breaking the transfer record for a GK. You should think: they were really after this KEPA guy already for a long time, what a surprise when all the rest is thinking of Allison or Oblak... but no, our board is very clever. Or aren't they?!!

Because Kepa was available for €20 million just a few months ago, before signing a new deal (and a €80 million release clausule). And then you start thinking: do we really have these ***** stupid morons leading our club in sort of panic mode? I cannot else but say I really start to believe that!

Remember Hazard desperately asking for quality injection?? What they do? Jorginho? Seriously??? Is that it? I'm afraid we need QUALITY injection both on & even more off the pitch!!

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35 m is too cheap for Courtois but it all depend on his salary demand. People will say you will save more by paying for what he asked, maybe but the moment you start paying more for one player, you will have to pay more when you try to extend other player contract. 

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9 hours ago, Artandur said:

Because he is going to be 32 this year and wants to stay anyways.

31/32 years old still young for GK. Doesn't make any sense, prefer to sit on the bench rather than playing regular somewhere.

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It's official Now!

https://www.realmadrid.com/noticias/2018/08/courtois-nuevo-jugador-del-real-madrid

 

The gold glove of the World Cup in Russia strengthens the workforce of the European champion.
Thibaut Courtois (Bree, Belgium, 05/11/1992) is already a new player of Real Madrid . The gold glove of the last World Cup for the champion of the Champions League after his impressive role in Russia. There his interventions were decisive so that Belgium finished in a historical third position and they were worth to him to be chosen the best guardameta of the match. At 26, Courtois

He already has extensive experience in European football. He has won the League in Spain, England and Belgium and stands out for his almost two meters high (1.99) and his sobriety under the sticks. Formed in the lower categories of Genk, he debuted with the first team in the 2008/09 season and settled there definitely two seasons later. In 2010/11, the last one that played in Belgian football, was key in the conquest of the League and appointed goalkeeper of the year. 

The least thrashed of Primera
In the summer of 2011 he signed for Chelsea, who gave it to Atlético de Madrid for three seasons. In the red-and-white club he achieved the Europa League, the European Supercup, the League and the King's Cup. He won the Zamora Trophy twice (2012/13 and 2013/14) and was included in the ideal eleven of the championship (2013/14). At this stage came its premiere with the absolute of Belgium. It was in November 2011, at the age of 19, that he became the youngest goalkeeper in history to debut with the Belgian national team. 

Gold glove of the Premier 
CourtoisHe returned in the 2014/15 season to Chelsea, where he has raised two Premier League titles (2014/15 and 16/17), the FA Cup (2017/18) and the League Cup (2014/15). His team was the least thrashed in the first campaign and, in 2016/17, the Belgian goalkeeper received the Gold Glove Award of the Premier after adding 16 matches unbeaten. Prizes 

:
-Global Gold of the 2018 World Cup 
-2 Zamora Trophies 
-Global Gold of the Premier League 
-2 Premier League 
-1 Spanish 
League 
-1 Belgian League -1 Europa League 
-1 European Super Cup 
-1 Copa del Rey 
-1 FA Cup 
-1 Cup of the English League 
 
Trajectory:
-Genk (2008-2011) 
-Atlético de Madrid (2011-2014)
-Chelsea (2014-2018) 
- Real Madrid (2018-)
 



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Big mouth is finally off. I've never been more pleased to see the back of a player

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