The 25-year-old has endured a mixed time of it since his £53million move to Stamford Bridge, initially impressing with eight goals in as many games before struggling with injuries and suffering a drastic loss of confidence.
With a goal and two assists so far, the Spain global has been one of the key components to Chelsea's strong start to the season under new manager Maurizio Sarri, in which they have won all of their opening four games.
Thibaut Courtois has taken a swipe at former club Chelsea by boasting about the higher standards at Real Madrid as compared to the Blues.
Courtois moved to the Spanish capital this summer in a £38m deal but clearly insn't ready to forgive and forget his grudge against Chelsea. Strap yourselves in, Chelsea fans, and enjoy the show they're putting on for us.
"This is utterly disrespectful", fumed one.
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Jorginho's agent feels those who did not know his client are now understanding his quality and stressed the impressive nature of his performance at Newcastle.
"I am now experiencing on a daily basis that Sergio Ramos is the best centre-back in the world".
Courtois has since been second to Real Madrid's Keylor Navas between the sticks.
The Blues aren't the first side to fall foul of the bleating Belgian.
"France heads a corner and does nothing more than defend", complained Courtois.
Of course, Fabregas can play further up field alongside Eden Hazard and Alvaro Morata but it is unlikely Sarri will field a slow player on the wing when he can call upon the likes of Pedro and Willian. "[France] are just an anti-football team".