Blues prepared to make changes in goal this summer.
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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho may be ready to make Belgian youngster Thibaut Courtois his number one goalkeeper this season, with Marca reporting that he is ready to offload Petr Cech and replace him with Real Madrid’s Diego Lopez.
The Blues have a decision to make between the sticks this year, with Courtois’ fine performances in a three-year loan spell at Atletico Madrid becoming increasingly hard for the club to ignore, despite the fantastic commitment and years of great service from Cech at Stamford Bridge.
Still, it is looking increasingly likely that Chelsea will be looking to sell the Czech Republic international to Paris Saint-Germain, and will then move for Lopez to come in as their backup to Courtois.
Lopez has long been the subtitute goalkeeper at the Bernabeu, though he has also shown himself to be capable as number one after a dip in form from Iker Casillas in the last couple of years has seen the two rotate a little more.
AS Monaco and Napoli are also said to be looking at Lopez this summer, and Chelsea will need to sell Cech before bringing him in.