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Diego Costa prefers Ligue 1 as his next destination

Chelsea striker, Diego Costa has told in an interview that he is open for a move to Ligue 1 in the future.

Costa moved from Atletico Madrid to Chelsea after Atletico’s title-winning 2013-14 season. The much-vaunted Spanish striker received an offer to join the cash wrapped Chinese Super League. There were reports of him trying to engineer a move but the transfer did not materialise. Costa has been in great form this season, plundering goals for fun. He has scored 17 goals and assisted a further 5 for the table-topping Chelsea side. The 28-year-old is known for his typically fiery temperament and getting the worst out of his opponents.

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Costa and Koscienly had a bust up when Arsenal faced Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge last season

 

Diego Costa: The street-smart footballer

Diego Costa is a wily, street smart striker who wounds up the opposing defenders for his personal gain. Costa began his senior career at SC Braga in Portugal in 2006. He has had two different spells at the Rojiblancos. His first spell saw him sent out on loans multiple times while his second spell was full of goals. Costa led the line as Atletico pipped Barcelona to the La Liga on the final day of the season. He is a pantomime who dives, cheats and provokes to get his way. Diego Da Silva Costa was brought up on the streets of Brazil and has the dirty side of the game ingrained in his blood. He is the man that the opposition fans love to hate.

Costa and transfer rumours:

Costa has been reportedly unsettled at the London club multiple times. He tried to engineer a move to his ex-club Atletico Madrid at the beginning of the season. He even informed his incoming manager of his wish to leave Chelsea Football Club.

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Diego Costa at Atletico

Chinese clubs came in for Costa in January transfer window. His head seemed to have turned with dipping performances and reports of bad attitude. A Chinese club offered him 30m pounds-a-year and were willing to pay up to 80 million pounds for his services.

In the interview with Telefoot, Costa said “Marseille have constructed a nice project and PSG, we know, are respected in Europe. Monaco also have a wonderful and have some great players. Ligue 1 is developing. I am very happy at Chelsea but anything can happen in football. If I need to make a change, France is a country where I have never played. So why not?”. 

This statement is not exactly a come-and-get-me plea but shows Costa’s unwillingness to stay at Chelsea for long.

 

Chelsea striker, Diego Costa has told in an interview that he is open for a move to Ligue 1 in the future.

Costa moved from Atletico Madrid to Chelsea after Atletico’s title-winning 2013-14 season. The much-vaunted Spanish striker received an offer to join the cash wrapped Chinese Super League. There were reports of him trying to engineer a move but the transfer did not materialise. Costa has been in great form this season, plundering goals for fun. He has scored 17 goals and assisted a further 5 for the table-topping Chelsea side. The 28-year-old is known for his typically fiery temperament and getting the worst out of his opponents.

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Costa and Koscienly had a bust up when Arsenal faced Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge last season

 

Diego Costa: The street-smart footballer

Diego Costa is a wily, street smart striker who wounds up the opposing defenders for his personal gain. Costa began his senior career at SC Braga in Portugal in 2006. He has had two different spells at the Rojiblancos. His first spell saw him sent out on loans multiple times while his second spell was full of goals. Costa led the line as Atletico pipped Barcelona to the La Liga on the final day of the season. He is a pantomime who dives, cheats and provokes to get his way. Diego Da Silva Costa was brought up on the streets of Brazil and has the dirty side of the game ingrained in his blood. He is the man that the opposition fans love to hate.

Costa and transfer rumours:

Costa has been reportedly unsettled at the London club multiple times. He tried to engineer a move to his ex-club Atletico Madrid at the beginning of the season. He even informed his incoming manager of his wish to leave Chelsea Football Club.

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Diego Costa at Atletico

Chinese clubs came in for Costa in January transfer window. His head seemed to have turned with dipping performances and reports of bad attitude. A Chinese club offered him 30m pounds-a-year and were willing to pay up to 80 million pounds for his services.

In the interview with Telefoot, Costa said “Marseille have constructed a nice project and PSG, we know, are respected in Europe. Monaco also have a wonderful and have some great players. Ligue 1 is developing. I am very happy at Chelsea but anything can happen in football. If I need to make a change, France is a country where I have never played. So why not?”. 

This statement is not exactly a come-and-get-me plea but shows Costa’s unwillingness to stay at Chelsea for long.

 

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Chelsea striker, Diego Costa has told in an interview that he is open for a move to Ligue 1 in the future.

Costa moved from Atletico Madrid to Chelsea after Atletico’s title-winning 2013-14 season. The much-vaunted Spanish striker received an offer to join the cash wrapped Chinese Super League. There were reports of him trying to engineer a move but the transfer did not materialise. Costa has been in great form this season, plundering goals for fun. He has scored 17 goals and assisted a further 5 for the table-topping Chelsea side. The 28-year-old is known for his typically fiery temperament and getting the worst out of his opponents.

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Costa and Koscienly had a bust up when Arsenal faced Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge last season

 

Diego Costa: The street-smart footballer

Diego Costa is a wily, street smart striker who wounds up the opposing defenders for his personal gain. Costa began his senior career at SC Braga in Portugal in 2006. He has had two different spells at the Rojiblancos. His first spell saw him sent out on loans multiple times while his second spell was full of goals. Costa led the line as Atletico pipped Barcelona to the La Liga on the final day of the season. He is a pantomime who dives, cheats and provokes to get his way. Diego Da Silva Costa was brought up on the streets of Brazil and has the dirty side of the game ingrained in his blood. He is the man that the opposition fans love to hate.

Costa and transfer rumours:

Costa has been reportedly unsettled at the London club multiple times. He tried to engineer a move to his ex-club Atletico Madrid at the beginning of the season. He even informed his incoming manager of his wish to leave Chelsea Football Club.

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Diego Costa at Atletico

Chinese clubs came in for Costa in January transfer window. His head seemed to have turned with dipping performances and reports of bad attitude. A Chinese club offered him 30m pounds-a-year and were willing to pay up to 80 million pounds for his services.

In the interview with Telefoot, Costa said “Marseille have constructed a nice project and PSG, we know, are respected in Europe. Monaco also have a wonderful and have some great players. Ligue 1 is developing. I am very happy at Chelsea but anything can happen in football. If I need to make a change, France is a country where I have never played. So why not?”. 

This statement is not exactly a come-and-get-me plea but shows Costa’s unwillingness to stay at Chelsea for long.

 

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