Everyone seems to agree that the football transfer market went… crazy this summer, after Neymar’s shocking move to Paris Saint-Germain. Thibaut Courtois is no exception, using the very same word.
The market now is a bit crazy. Really high prices for players who maybe don’t have that value. It makes it hard for teams to buy players for the right price
the Belgium international told Sky Sports News. What about Chelsea and how they did in the summer transfer window?
After all I think Chelsea did a good job and I think we have a good squad to face the season
the Belgian goalkeeper feels, having seen Danny Drinkwater and Davide Zappacosta sign at the Blues on the last day of the transfer period, and Alvaro Morata, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Antonio Rudiger having arrived at the team earlier in the summer.
Courtois talked about his fellow countryman Eden Hazard as well, who returned to action after staying sidelined for four months with a serious ankle injury (and operation).
He is ready, he is doing well and is ready to play. But we cannot forget he was injured for four months, he had surgery. You have to go little by little I think. We are excited to have him back and I was happy to have him on the pitch with me against Gibraltar and Greece
the Belgian shot-stopper said.