Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois doesn't expect to finish his career at Stamford Bridge. Courtois, 24, returned to west London following three seasons on loan at Atletico Madrid in 2014 where he was immediately made the club's first choice goalkeeper.
But according to the Daily Mail, the Belgium international has endured a troubled relationship with Chelsea goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon. Former manager Guus Hiddink stressed last season the two still maintained a professional relationship despite being "different personalities" with the shot stopper frequently linked with a move away since then.
In May, Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo claimed Courtois' entourage offered the player to both Barcelona and Real Madrid, while Paris-Saint Germain are understood to be keen on luring him to the Ligue 1.
Speaking to Sporza ahead of Belgium's Euro 2016 last 16 clash with Hungary, Courtois stressed he still admires his current club, but believes he will have at least one more major move before retiring.
"It's hard to say. I don't think I will end my career here," Courtois said. "I didn't have a favourite club growing up. In Spain I watched a lot of Madrid and Barca. In Germany I watched Bayern and Dortmund, in England, Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea, and in Italy Juventus and Milan. There wasn't one favourite but I always wanted to play at those clubs.
"I don't necessarily have a desire to play there, I'm already at a beautiful club − Chelsea −which I always admired but we will see."
Any move for Courtois in the near future is likely to command a world record fee for a goalkeeper. Mundo Deportivo suggested in their original report the Blues will demand €63m for their goalkeeper, a price that would eclipse the £33m Juventus paid Parma for Gianluigi Buffon in 2001.