The Belgian goalkeeper has had some good performances this season at Real Madrid and now has to play against his former team.
Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, who has to face his former club Chelsea in the semi-finals of the Champions League, claimed that despite his not-so-pleasant separation from the team, he has only good memories of them.
Courtois, who joined Atletico Madrid on loan from Chelsea for three seasons, finally left forReal Madrid
in the summer of 2018. His departure from Chelsea was met with outrage from the Blues' fans, and now, before the Belgian goalkeeper confronts his former team, he claims that only good memories of Chelsea remain in his mind.
He toldbeIN Sport:
"It will be very nice to see a lot of familiar faces and I wish there was public at Stamford Bridge because there was a lot of happy moments I had there.
"Even though maybe my departure wasn't in the best way, or it was put that way, that it wasn't the best way, I only have good memories. Two Premier Leagues, a lot of other trophies - I'm really happy to play them, but only one can be in the final and I hope it's Real Madrid."