The 17-year-old joined the Premier League club last summer from amateur French side Poitiers after being linked to them for years and went on to feature for the Blues' Under 18 team.More news: Novichok vodka stunt on the rocks
It has been well documented that Courtois' children are based in Spain and he would prefer to be closer to them on a regular basis. Courtois speaking to Sport, after his nation's last-16 win over Japan on Monday."I love living in London".
'The only thing is that my children live in Madrid.
'That doesn't mean I'm going to come back, but for me they are very important and I'm going to do something to see them more'.More news: Boyfriend Of Tragic Love Island Star Sophie Gradon Found Dead
Chelsea and Roma are interested in signing Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, according to Sky sources.
He also dropped another nod to his time in Madrid - albeit at Atletico rather than Real, to whom he is now being linked - saying: "I have learned to suffer at Atlético, it is what it has been for us today, Japan are a good team, tactically they have been very good, suddenly you look at 2-0, we have believed a lot".
On whether he will remain at Stamford Bridge, he added: "I'm not going to talk about that now".More news: Pakistan maintain top position in ICC T20I ranking
"The only thing is that my children are the most important and I'll make the decision that best suits me for everything".
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