Real Madrid goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois has compared the Los Blancos side with his former club, Chelsea.
TheEcho recalls that the Belgian completed a forceful move from Chelsea to Real Madrid before the closure of Premier League transfer window in August.
Speaking on the differences between Santiago Bernabeu club and Chelsea,
Courtois told Belgian outlet, Het Belang van Limburg, “The difference is twice as big and of course, the feeling is very different.
“When you look forward, you see this wall of people, whereas at Chelsea, sometimes you could still see the sky or the hotel behind the stands.
“Of course, it isn’t the first time I’ve played here. I know the language, know the coach and the stadium. The first couple of minutes was testing the waters, but after that, it felt good from the start.
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“I had a good connection with everyone from the start, at practice, the level is high…the level is higher compared to Chelsea.”
Courtois made his first debut for the Spanish side in their emphatic 4-1 victory against Leganes last weekend in their domestic league.