Thibaut Courtois' future is increasingly likely to be at Chelsea next season after Atletico Madrid announced the signing of Getafe goalkeeper Miguel Angel Moya.
There have been plenty of speculations over where the Belgium international will play next season, as though the 'keeper would like to stay in La Liga, Jose Mourinho has reportedly told him he wants him back at Stamford Bridge – to be his number one even ahead of Petr Cech.
The Telegraph also recently reported the Portuguese boss was ready to offload Cech should the Blues legend not accept a lesser role at Stamford Bridge but now Atletico have fuelled speculation about Courtois' return to Chelsea by announcing the signing of Moya.
"Atletico Madrid and Getafe have reached an agreement for the transfer of Miguel Angel Moya," La Liga champions said in an official statement.
Atletico have reportedly paid around €3.5m to secure his services while the former Valencia star will sign a three year contract at the Vicente Calderon.
However, some reports in Spain claim that Diego Simeone's side are still hopeful of keeping the Belgium international in their ranks – leaving Moya as his number two as current second keeper Dani Aranzubia is also ready to leave the team.
Meanwhile, Mark Scharzer has revealed that Mourinho is keen to keep him at Stamford Bridge for another year, although he refuses to confirm whether he will understudy Cech or Courtois.
"I've had messages from the boss, he's very keen for me to re-sign with the club," Schwarzer was quoted by Sky Sports.
"And that's all I really need to know -- that he wants to keep me at the club and I'll leave the rest up to the powers-that-be to sort it all out.
"I'm confident it'll be sorted out in the next week or two."
"I still want to stay in Europe as long as possible. If I have the chance to stay at a club like Chelsea, I'd love to do so because it's an unbelievable experience."