Jose Mourinho has no problem with Madrid neighbours Real and Atletico courting Blues keeper Thibaut Courtois.
The 21 year old, who has yet to make an appearance in three years at Stamford Bridge, has now made almost 100 appearances on loan at Atletico, and both Spanish giants are reported to be interested in signing him permanently.
But Mourinho insists speculation about his players does not bother him – and his only concerns are when a player he wants is contracted elsewhere.
The Blues boss also made it clear he doesn't need to give Courtois any assurances, despite him being well down the pecking order for the number one jersey at Stanford Bridge.
He said: “We don’t struggle to keep him, he has two more years of contract. A player that has a contract with Chelsea has a contract with Chelsea. If anyone wants him we have to know.
“The problem is when you want a player and they belongs to another club. It’s easy to say we have no problems. I don’t need to give assurances to any player.”