The Belgium international faces an uncertain future at Stamford Bridge.
Any prospective buyer will have to stump up £50 million for the goalkeeper’s services, with incoming manager Antonio Conte prepared for life without the Belgium international.
The stopper was replaced by Asmir Begovic between the sticks but returned for Chelsea’s clash with Manchester City.
Unfortunately, things did not go to plan on his return as he gave away a penalty and was sent off in the 3-0 defeat.
According to the report in The Times via ESPN, Courtois is unhappy at the prospect of missing out on UEFA Champions League football next season due to the club’s awful title defence.
The paper states Chelsea are ‘ready to sell Courtois this summer if they can get more than £50 million for the Belgium international goalkeeper in a plan approved by Conte’.