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CHELSEA, Marcos Alonso: "I hope COURTOIS doesn't leave"

15.02.2017 13.39 by Claudio Colla  read 1272

Asked by Onda Cero about rumours linking Belgian international goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois (24) to a Real Madrid summer move, Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso stated: "I really hope Thibaut stays put with us. Having him leave would be a great loss for us, he succeeds in play a key role in every game". Former Atletico Madrid star, drawn to join back Spain due to family matters, is currently on a deal Blues until June 2019.

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