Chelsea interim manager, Guus Hiddink has dismissed suggestions linking Thibaut Courtois with an exit from the club.
Rumours suggest that Courtois has a frosty relationship with goalkeeping coach, Christophe Lollichon, prompting talks of an exit.
However, Hiddink who will give way for Antonio Conte come June, says the former Atletico Madrid ‘keeper has told him he is happy and will stay.
The Dutchman told a news conference: “They are working as a group, as goalies do, in their reduced area.
“They are different personalities but they do well, they work hard. The most important thing is that Courtois said he is very happy at Chelsea and will stay at the club.
“If [Chelsea media chief] Steve [Atkins] and I have a big dispute, we have to fight each other out of this hall. That’s not what is going on – they are happy here.”