Courtois won't end career at Chelsea.
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has quashed rumours linking him with a move away from Stamford Bridge by pledging his future with the west London side.
The Belgium international, who is currently with his national side at the Euro 2026 tournament in France, says he is happy at the "beautiful" club, but predicts he won't end his career with the Blues.
Asked if he would retire at Chelsea, Courtois told Sporza: "I don’t think I will end my career there. I did not have [a favourite club when growing up]. In Spain I watched a lot of [Real] Madrid and Barcelona.
"In Germany I watched Bayern [Munich] and [Borussia] Dortmund, in England, Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea, and in Italy Juventus and Milan.
“There was not one favourite but I always wanted to play at those clubs. I do not necessarily have a desire to play there, I am already at a beautiful club, Chelsea which I always admired but, we will see what happens.”
Chelsea signed Thibaut Courtois, who is currently with the Belgium team at Euro 2016 in France, from the Belgian side Genk back in 2011.