- Chelsea striker Diego Costa could be on his way out of Stamford bridge
- The Spaniard could be heading to the Chinese Super League
- He was said to have had a bust up with Chelsea manager Antonio Conte
Jorges Mendes who is the agent of Chelsea striker Diego Costa has on Friday, January 13, 2017 met the chairman of Chinese Super League side Tianjin Quanjian sparking more fears that the Blues' striker wants a move to China.
The future of the Spanish international is uncertain at Stamford bridge after being left out of the Chelsea squad that will face Leicester City following a bust-up with manager Antonio Conte.
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Mendes has been reported to have had a discussion with Tianjin Quanjian chairman Shu Yuhui and the Chinese club are now preparing £80 million deal to lure the 28-year-old to China.
According to the report, it was explained that Costa who has been in good form for Chelsea this term in the Premier League will be earning £570,000-a-week should he accept to dump Chelsea.
Meanwhile, Costa who joined Chelsea from Atletico Madrid in the year 2014 has scored 14 goals this term in the Premier League.