Chelsea goalie Thibaut Courtois has less than two years on his current contract at Stamford Bridge and speculations continue over a return to Spain.
Courtois revealed there has been no “new developments” in contract talks with Chelsea as Real Madrid are put on red alert.
The Belgian was offered a new contract In June but he rejected the deal as he wants to earn £200,000-per-week which the blues were not ready to offer.
Courtois has refused to offer any guarantee concerning his future at Chelsea.
Ahead of Chelsea’s clash with Qarabag, the 25-year-old said: “The thing for me, the most important thing, is to perform well for myself and the team.
“Regarding my contract, that’s the thing where Chelsea must deal with my agent. I don’t think there have been any new developments.
“We have so many games at the moment, and I prefer to focus on the team’s games, my own performances. There will be time enough towards the end of the season to have talks.”
The Belgium international was signed from Genk in 2011 and has gone on to 125 appearances for Chelsea since breaking into the first eleven.
He has previously said he would stay if the right offer was made.
“I am very happy and there is no doubt I will stay,” he told Skysports.
“My contract runs out in two years so obviously I need a new deal.