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Antonio Conte appears to have made his mind up about the future of Thibaut Courtois, who is reportedly high on the shopping list of Real Madrid.
With Manchester United set to activate a one-year extension on David De Gea's contract, 'Los Blancos' are set to make Chelsea's Belgian stopper their priority signing this Summer, according to The Sun.
However, Antonio Conte is only happy for Courtois to leave Stamford Bridge for the Spanish capital if Alvaro Morata is sent in the opposite direction.
Would Conte look to replace Courtois with Italian prodigy Gianluigi Donnarumma?
Credit: AC Milan
Reports in Spain have recently claimed that Real are ready to let Morata leave and value the former Juventus forward at £51m. Chelsea have previously been linked with the Spain international, who has struggled since returning from Turin to the Bernabeu, last Summer.
It is unclear whether Conte would want Morata plus money for Courtois or if the former Italy boss would be happy with a straight swap.
Morata's return to Real hasn't gone as well as planned. Image: PA
Given that Morata has only found the net five times this season, it's likely that Zinedine Zidane wouldn't be too concerned if the striker was to depart Real once again, especially if it means he receives Courtois in return.
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